Bella Thorne has been forced to censor an exposing photo of herself with her shirt fully lifted. The 23-year-old actress and singer knew to play by the rules with a TikTok posted ahead of the weekend, with the “Infamous” star seemingly knowing better than to break the platform’s no-nudity rules. Bella, herself this year slammed for charging $200 for OnlyFans nudes that weren’t nudes amid her scandal on the adult subscription site, seemed to be shouting out her own past scandals. With a joke, of course. Check it out below.
Scroll for the action. Bella, right now promoting her new “Stupid F-cking B-tch” single, had posted to TikTok with “one of my many #SFB moments.” The reaction video, perfect for the gen-z audience likely watching it, showed the former Disney star home and in a dark t-shirt while pulling one of those faces – oops, what in the heck have I done?
Fans then saw what Bella had done, which came with a shared phone screen and what seemed to be a topless text to the wrong person.
The text exchange opened with a fun dog photo, to which Bella had replied with a selfie of herself backed by wooden kitchen doors and clearly going NSFW.
“Thinking of u baby” appeared in text under the image, which showed the Florida native clearly snapping her assets, but Bella was careful, using massive white scratch-out edits to ensure her modesty was protected. A reply, meanwhile, confirmed the joking “SFB” moment, reading: “Honey, I don’t think you meant this for me…”
Click here for the TikTok. Bella has been there with the nudie leak threats. The actress made major headlines in 2019 as she alleged that a hacker was threatening to release nude images of her, but she seemingly beat them to it, choosing to bravely self-post the images herself.
2020, meanwhile, brought Bella’s August OnlyFans join and one giant mess for her. Well, alongside earning $1 million in 24 hours and going onto net $2 million in under a week, Thorne found herself under fire from the site’s sex workers. More below.
As OnlyFans introduced a $100 tipping cap shortly after Bella’s join, sex workers turned on the star and claimed she was stealing their livelihoods. Bella both defended herself and apologized, with the latter seeing a tweet reach out to the some 750,000 content creators on OnlyFans.
“I wanted to bring attention to the site, the more people on the site the more likely of a chance to normalize the stigmas, And in trying to do this I hurt you. I have risked my career a few times to remove the stigma behind sex work, porn, and the natural hatred people spew.”