OnlyFans Star ‘Arrested And Charged’ Over ‘Obscene’ Content

An OnlyFans star has been 'arrested and charged' with 'transmitting obscene content' in Singapore, according to reports. 
Credit: @titusslow/Instagram

An OnlyFans star has reportedly been ‘arrested and charged’ with ‘transmitting obscene materials’ in Singapore. 

According to reports, Titus Low Kaide was told to ‘stop posting sexually explicit content’ by officials but continued to do so.

The 22-year-old has since addressed his arrest on YouTube, claiming that he ‘doesn’t know who reported him or why’. 

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The OnlyFans star announced he would be taking a break from posting after being ‘arrested and charged’ over his content. Credit: @titusslow/Instagram

He stated: “We only create content for people who are our age and wish to have content they want to see. And all this is on the basis of everything is consensual. 

“So we don’t force you to watch our content, we don’t force you to pay, it’s not open for public consumption, and if I don’t impede on your life and your lifestyle, to the person who reported me, why are you impeding in mine?”

Low added: “Til today, I don’t know who made the report, and I don’t know why. I mean, it’s OnlyFans. I have to create specific content for specific adults.

“We are both willing like buyer and seller.”

The influencer ended the video by explaining that the site ‘is his main source of income’. However, he added that he will ‘cooperate with authorities’ and ‘refrain from posting on it’ until his next hearing, which is on January 20. 

The police allegedly seized Kaide’s OnlyFan’s account in October, after he reportedly ‘regained access’ and continued to post material.

Taking to Twitter, he told fans: “Hi everyone! I won’t be posting on my OnlyFans for the time being (will update you accordingly). However, you can still support [me] on my other platforms.” 

According to reports, someone who is charged with ‘transmitting obscene content’ in Singapore can be jailed for up to three months and fined up to $5,000. 

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Written by Aimee Walker

Aimee is a senior content editor at IGV who specialises in finding the best original stories, trending topics and entertainment news. She graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Media and Communications.