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OnlyFans star Titus Low speaks out following arrest in Singapore over 'obscene' content

The adult model was arrested and charged in December after joining OnlyFans last year.

2022-01-11

Words: Will Stroude; Image: Instagram @titusslow

OnlyFans star Titus Low has spoken out following his arrest in Singapore for sharing 'obscene' content online.

The Singaporean model, who boasts 175,000 Instagram followers and began sharing sexually explicit content on online subscription platform OnlyFans last year, was arrested in December and charged with two counts of transmitting obscene materials by electronic means, The Straits Times reports.

The 22-year-old was also charged under the Criminal Procedure Code for allegedly failing to comply with a police order not to access his OnlyFans account.

Under Singaporean law, the sale, possession and production of pornography of all kinds is illegal. 

Low's case has been adjorned until 20 January, with The Straits Time reporting he could face a fine and up to three months in jail for each charge of transmitting obscene materials, as well as another fine and up to six months in jail for failing to comply with the police order.

 
 
 
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Speaking out publicly about the case in a nine-minute YouTube video published last Thursday (6 January), Low recalled how an anonymous report had originally led to police officers raiding his home last September, confiscating his phone and blocking access to his OnlyFans account.

The model explained that incident led to the loss of his normal income and financial issues, and that his subsequent arrest in December following further police visits left him feeling "shocked, very scared and very helpless."

"I think this conversation is far greater than me," Low said. "[OnlyFans creators] create content for people who are our age and wish to have content they want to see. And all of this is on the basis of 'eveything is consensual'.

 
 
 
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"So we don't force you to watch our content, we don't force you to pay. It's not open for public consumption. If I don't impede on your life and your lifestyle, to the person that reported me, why are you impeding mine?"

He went on: "I really hope this gets people talking and thinking about how inclusive our society is in 2022.

"I will be going through the whoel process and will be cooperating with the authorities. I just want my life back and I will not be posting on OnlyFans for now.

Low added: "I am forever grateful and thankful for your support."