Roxy Sykes, 33, decided to try the foot fetish industry after being complimented for her "beautiful" feet.
Roxy created an Instagram page to see how much interest she could drum up – and ended up racking up 10,000 followers in a month.
The property investor – who hails from London – then began selling her shoes and socks over social media.
She charges £20 for a pair of socks and £200 for shoes.
Four years after setting up her business, Roxy says she can now earn a whopping £8,000 in a busy month.
She says: "After being told by a colleague that I had beautiful feet, I was convinced to set up a social media account to show them off.
"But it wasn't until I started getting thousands of followers and messages about selling used items that I realised I could profit from it.
"I didn't show my face or anything at first, so I knew people were just interested in me for my feet, so it didn't feel too personal.
"But when I started selling I got a real buzz from it, and realised just how much I could make from selling shoes and socks from time to time.
"I realised how much money I could truly make on my busiest month, where I saw over £8000 come in just for videos, socks and shoes.
"Now I can never see myself stopping this – however old I get my feet will always be able to make me money!"
To begin with, Roxy simply posted photos and videos of her feet on social media.
But she's since moved on to other websites, explaining: "Posting photos and videos of my feet was all well and good, but people always wanted more and wanted to physically own something to do with my feet.
"I would be in business meetings, taking photos of my feet under the table, and getting an influx of messages by the hour asking if they could buy anything.
"So I moved my business onto different websites, as well as just social media, and suddenly started making £2000 a week from just one website alone.
"Then a single video of even me just wiggling my toes would make £100, so I was really raking in a lot of money."
Roxy says she loves the buzz she gets from the foot fetish industry.
She continues: "I really like what I do, and I think that's because I really got desensitised from it and saw it as work.
"I have never had any trouble getting into relationships because of what I do, and my friends and family are on board with what I do.
"It’s great to be able to get home from a normal working day to know I can make a bit of extra money from a photo of my feet."
Now she helps to mentor fellow fetish models, revealing: "I have started to train different models in how to get into the fetish industry and make money like I am.
"It’s great to be able to help others and teach people my apparent 'talent' so that they can follow what I do.
"It’s also amazing to see people’s confidence grow when they make these videos and start to earn money from something like a pair of socks.
"Working as a team together also helps to beat the stigma and make the industry less frowned upon."
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