In a first-of-its-kind conviction in Singapore, an OnlyFans creator has been fined S$3,00 and sentenced to three weeks in jail just for being a creator on OnlyFans.
The creator, Titus Low, was arrested in December 2021 after a woman found one of his explicit videos on her 12-year-old niece’s phone and filed a police complaint. He’s been sentenced, now, on the grounds that in Singapore it’s “illegal to transmit obscene materials by electronic means or to take part in or receive profits from a business where such materials are transmitted.”
Naturally, this has sparked a wave of ✨anxiety✨ for other OF creators in the conservative country.
And this is the second time we’ve seen a conviction like this in South-East Asia:
Mr Singh noted that the only other such conviction in the South-East Asia region he was aware of was in Myanmar, where military authorities jailed a protester
last month for posting pictures on Only Fans.