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Updated 09 October 2018

49-year-old widow makes more than R400 000 a year from men with foot fetishes

49-year-old Instagrammer and part-time dominatrix claims she makes around R445 168 a year from posting pictures of her feet on the social-media network.

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A 49-year-old Instagrammer and part-time dominatrix claims she makes around R445 168 a year from posting pictures of her feet on the social-media network.

Gweneth Lee gets monetary donations from men who ask her to send them snaps of her pedicured feet – with others opting to meet up in person to play with, massage and lick her feet at a fee of about R4 450 an hour, Mirror reports.

“I never really noticed the foot fetish thing until the social media wave came along,” says Gweneth, who lives in London but is originally from California in the US.

“I would always post pictures of my feet by the pool and it got a huge following.” she adds.

In 2008, after her husband passed away, she became a part-time dominatrix and claims that she’s hooked up with hundreds of men, most of them married, Daily Mail reports.

The widow now travels worldwide and is regularly wine-and-dined by strangers, The Sun reports.

She has an entire Instagram account solely dedicated to her feet that she started earlier this year called @gwenethsfeet. The account has almost 2 000 followers.

 

Gweneth believes her feet are attractive because they’re pedicured and she has straight toes, a higher foot arch and small ankles.

Explaining her hour-long foot-care routine, she says, “I use foot cream on my heels and my feet three times a day, and I tend to always have socks on or shoes just to protect them.

“I wear toe separators when I go to the gym or I go running, which is what my acupuncturist thinks is healthier for the longevity of my feet.”

Sources: Mirror, The Sun, Daily Mail

 
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