Low’s access to his OnlyFans account was revoked and his page frozen after a police report was filed against him in September for posting “obscene photographs and videos” of his private parts. Four months on, Low still doesn’t know who filed the complaint against him and why. “It isn’t morally right too for people to share my content without my consent,” Low said, explaining that his OnlyFans content had been spreading on mainstream social media.According to a creator who goes by the handle Belldandy, some of them are already feeling the heat from Low’s case. She told VICE about a recent episode where she was blackmailed by someone who threatened to report her OnlyFans content to the authorities when she did not accede to their personal requests. “If more cases like this occur, the [number] of sex workers on OnlyFans being harassed will gradually increase,” she said.
“The most frightening and unsettling thing about what happened to Titus Low is that he does not know who was behind the police report—and why—and he probably will never be able to find out.”
Low said he has received no support from OnlyFans and added that he reached out to moderators on the site through emails, but only received generic responses apologizing for “inconvenience caused” and informing him that his account was “under investigation.”“Creators are part of their income,” Low said. “There’s no reason for OnlyFans not to help. This is something that OnlyFans should see to in Singapore, set ground rules so that creators know what we can and can’t do. I’m being made an example [of].”When approached by VICE, legal representatives at OnlyFans deferred to the site’s media team for official comment. At the time of publication, representatives have not acknowledged or responded to multiple emails asking about Low’s suspension on the site, whether he would receive support from OnlyFans, and how his case would affect other subscribers from Singapore in the long run. Woo, the OnlyFans content creator, also suggested that a government clampdown may be looming in response to the rising bunch of young and wealthy OnlyFans creators like Low, who have been unabashedly vocal about their earnings through the site. Over the past year, Low captured mainstream attention in Singapore flaunting his luxurious lifestyle—something that he acquired after finding massive success on OnlyFans.
“Obscene material is not seen as deserving of legal protection in Singapore.”