Bride doesn’t want OnlyFans star sister-in-law getting all the attention at wedding

A woman claims she has misgivings about inviting her sister-in-law to her upcoming wedding, fearing she’ll take all the attention on what should be her special day

Two bridesmaides helping a nervious bride to finalise her wedding dress and hair, just before the wedding (Stock Photo)
She fears her sister-in-law will make her wedding day all about herself (Stock Photo)

A bride-to-be claims she’s “wary” about inviting her sister-in-law along to her wedding as she fears she’ll make the day all about herself and her OnlyFans account.

The 26-year-old says she’s in the early stages of wedding preparations but has already had to have some serious discussions with her husband-to-be about the way his sister often behaves at such events.

Although she has no issue with her sister-in-law’s chosen career, she has previously been left frustrated with how she will draw attention to herself at other people’s celebrations.

The OnlyFans star, who is said to be “somewhat famous”, and is very open about her profession, often telling people to subscribe to her channel.

For example, she spent so much time hyping up her social media platforms at her own mother’s birthday party that “many people even ended up forgetting the party was for her mum.” This was far from an isolated incident.

Her sister-in-law will often overshadow family events but this time she’s taken a stand (Stock Photo)
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Taking to Reddit, the exasperated bride – who goes by the username u/Inner-Economics5729 – says they can’t even go out for dinner without her 25-year-old sister-in-law’s online fame causing a commotion.

She wrote: “We will inevitably end up being interrupted from whatever the focus of our outing is (e.g. graduation, birthday, etc) because someone will want a picture with her.

“And she’ll make a big show of it too, loudly saying things like ‘thanks for subscribing!’ which feels like she’s trying to draw attention to herself and get other random strangers to subscribe.

“I told my fiancé I’m a little wary of having her at the wedding, as I’m worried she will try to bring way too much attention to herself. She literally wore what was basically black lingerie to someone’s funeral. I don’t want to think about what she might wear to my wedding.”

Her fiancé has now spoken to his sister about some ground rules for the wedding, including not bringing up OnlyFans, not taking selfies with subscribers, and making sure to wear appropriate clothing.

Unfortunately, the bride doesn’t hold out much hope as “people often ask her these things, and she never follows through.” To make matters worse, her sister-in-law has also reacted badly to these instructions, accusing her of “shaming” her

One person advised: “It’s not that you don’t want her there because of her OnlyFans, you don’t want her there because of her pattern of self-centered behavior.

“I recommend still inviting her, but being clear about what will and will not be allowed. Then let the bridal party and day of coordinator (if you have those) about her and what to look out for.

“If she doesn’t act appropriately or shows up wearing a white dress then she can be quietly escorted out.”

Another commented: “There’s not a doubt in my mind that your soon-to-be sister-in-law is going to make a spectacle of herself at your wedding. I don’t really see how you can ask your fiancé not to invite his sister to his wedding though.

“Have you thought about asking her to do something like handle the guest book? That way she could be kind of an extended member of the wedding party, and you could say that you want her to wear a dress that coordinates with the rest of the wedding party.

“You could pick it out. That way at least she’ll be dressed appropriately while making a spectacle of herself.”

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