Gold Coast grandma, a glam grandma-of-one and mother-of-four, embraced AI amid the tech boom. Since 2019, she’s thrived on OnlyFans, where subscribers unknowingly engage with her AI persona instead of Gina Stewart. Her massive online presence includes 70K on Twitter and 400K on Instagram.
The Gold Coast grandma earns from OnlyFans and Playboy. She also introduced an AI chatbot resembling her for virtual conversations.
The grandmother detailed her virtual endeavor to her followers in a written explanation: “The world is changing so rapidly, and I decided to go with the flow in creating uniqueness and also trying new cutting-edge concepts. I see it as harmless fun and entertainment.”
The popularity of AI-generated models is on the rise, attracting thousands of paying followers interested in additional content from their virtual companions.
In April, Reddit users were deceived into purchasing nudes under the impression of interacting with an attractive woman, only to discover the persona was an AI created by two computer science students. Operating as ‘u/Cl4ud14,’ the experiment involved sharing explicit photos for a fee, revealing the artifice upon widespread revelation.
Computer science students informed Rolling Stone that they earned $100 from AI-generated explicit content before getting exposed. Claudia, a creation of Stable Diffusion, generates lifelike images based on text prompts. They instructed the system to create a makeup-free selfie of a black-haired woman with shoulder-length straight hair, bangs, and a plain background. Claudia’s alluring photos and stories became a focal point of interest.
Even with pictures of Gina Stewart, men are engaging with her provocative online content, leaving comments.
One wrote: “So incredibly gorgeous, Gina!! I hope you are thinking about getting out of those clothes to go skinny dipping with me!” Another added: “Best-looking woman in the world!”
Gina, wearing a bikini, digitally placed herself against a California beach backdrop in the virtual image. “I love that you are in California,” wrote one fan.
However, a handful of observant fans did detect a peculiar occurrence, leading one to comment, “Do you post real photos anymore?” Gina’s reply was a heart emoji, her consistent response to all comments on her bot-managed page.
Back in 2019, before embracing AI, she raked in substantial earnings from OnlyFans.
Her financial success was so remarkable that she upgraded from her Sunshine Coast residence to a luxurious four-bedroom waterfront home.
“Now I live a great lifestyle thanks to my beautiful fans who support me. I’ve been able to afford a $1.3 million home for myself and my daughter, I drive a Mercedes, and I own two jet skis,” she told DailyMail.
During her recent interview, Gina confessed her fondness for leading technological innovation. She mentioned that her AI persona had recently secured a contract with a top modeling agency in Germany, “So I am now the world’s first real-world person with an AI signed to an international modeling agency.”