Is Denise Richards Facing Class Action Lawsuit Over Her OnlyFans Account? See Ad Suggesting Subscribers Could Be “Entitled to Compensation”

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Fans Believe Denise Richards Is Now Facing Class Action Lawsuit over Her OnlyFans Account, as Ad Claims Subscribers Could Be “Entitled to Compensation”

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Fans believe Denise Richards is currently facing a class action lawsuit over her OnlyFans account.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum joined the subscription-based service in the summer of 2022 — soon after her daughter joined the same platform.

At the time, it was reported that her subscribers could pay $25 a month for her content. Many Bravolebrities have started using OnlyFans in recent years as the platform allegedly pays well for known stars. Larsa Pippen, from Real Housewives of Miami, once claimed she made $10,000 a day.

According to fan account @bravosnarkside on Instagram, there appears to be a possible class action lawsuit regarding Denise’s OnlyFans subscriptions.

An alleged ad from CD Law asked, “Have you purchased Denise Richards OnlyFans subscription? If so, you may be entitled to compensation.”

The post went on to say, “If you have ever subscribed to Denise Richards on OnlyFans, you may have been deceived … Fill out the form below to learn more and speak with one of our attorneys.”

The fan account captioned the post, “Looks like there is a class action in the works … Like did people pay and she never posted anything? (Thank you @crashidian for the tip).”

However, a look at Denise’s Onlyfans page shows she has been posting regularly.

As of now, the claims against Denise are only allegations and nothing has been proven. On her OnlyFans bio, the actress wrote that she’s “personally answering all your comments and [questions]” and is “very excited to interact with all of you.”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 14 is expected to air on Bravo in November.