A sex worker has gone from making $7,000 a month to earning around $35,000 a month on OnlyFans after the army’s Twitter account for Fort Bragg used sexually explicit language to respond to her tweets.

The official Twitter account for Fort Bragg commented on a post from a sex worker, who goes by the stage name Quinn Finite that suggested they should engage in sexual acts, Business Insider reports.

While Finite was used to seeing similar responses from men on Twitter, she didn’t think the reply would go viral.

Following the explicit tweets, the army issued an apology claiming the Twitter account had been compromised.

“As many of you may know, there were a string of explicit Tweets from our account this afternoon,” a representative for Fort Bragg said in a statement. 

“This was not the work of our admins. Our account was hacked. We apologize to our followers.”

The following day, Fort Bragg issued another apology and revealed it was an “administrator” who sent out the tweets. The army revealed “appropriate action” will be taken to deal with the individual, the Washington Post reports.

Prior to her OnlyFans fame, Finite was a model. However, because of the coronavirus pandemic, she no longer felt comfortable going to photoshoots.

Finite admitted she spent spending several months deciding whether she should create an account before ultimately launching her account.

Although the model said the $7,000 a month she was previously earning was enough to live off on, Finite revealed she is grateful for the $35,000 a month she is expected to earn following the viral Fort Bragg tweets.

“You can’t even pay for this kind of promotion,” Finite said.

“This is the jackpot,” she added.

While monthly subscriptions to Onlyfans can range from $3.99 to $50, Finite charges her fans $8.99.

OnlyFans accounts that are in the top 1% earn at least $15,000 a month on the lower tier and more than $100,000 a month on the top tier. 

Finite revealed that she has seen a dramatic increase in the number of subscribers since the Fort Bragg tweets.

The increase means more money for the model, who is now in the top 0.14% of earners on OnlyFans.

Before the COVID-19 lockdown, OnlyFans was mostly used by escorts, porn stars, and webcam models, Complex reports.

However, since the pandemic has stopped some people from being able to work, actresses, reality stars, singers, and more have flocked to the site to supplement their income.

US army forces supervise during a training session at the Taji camp, north of Baghdad -- the site of Wednesday night's rocket attack US army forces supervise during a training session at the Taji camp, north of Baghdad -- the site of Wednesday night's rocket attack Photo: AFP / SABAH ARAR