DENISE Richards has launched her own OnlyFans just days after her ex-husband Charlie Sheen slammed her teen daughter Sami's page.
She also shared a 15-second video clip of herself wearing a white dress and walking on sand.
As the song Steal My Sunshine by Len and Marc Costanzo plays in the background, Denise is seen lifting up her dress and stepping into the water.
She captioned the post: "Ready…here we go💛 #onlyfans Link in bio."
Denise's followers quickly commented in support of her OnlyFans, with one writing: "OMG PLOT TWIST!!! Get it Denise!!!!"
"You are going to break the internet… in a good way hahaha," another commented.
A third Instagram user wrote: "So great to see how supportive you are!! Love you."
Fans can subscribe to her page for $25 a month, or $67.50 for a subscription bundle of three months, which is discounted by 10 percent.
It appears her first post on OnlyFans was of the "best view in Malibu" - something only her subscribers can see.
Denise created her own page on the internet content subscription service after her daughter Sami made one with her support.
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Sami, the 18-year-old daughter of Denise and actor Charlie Sheen, joined the platform despite her dad's initial opinion.
At first, Charlie didn't "condone" his daughter's OnlyFans page, however, his opinion soon changed.
In a statement obtained by Fox News Digital, Charlie said: "Denise has illuminated a variety of salient points, that in my haste, I overlooked and dismissed.
"Now more than ever, it’s essential that Sami have a united parental front to rely upon, as she embarks on this new adventure.
"From this moment forward, she’ll have it abundantly."
Charlie, 56, previously told E! News he does "not condone" the decision and he urged her to "keep it classy, creative and not sacrifice her integrity."
The Two and a Half Men star continued, "She is 18 years old now and living with her mother. This did not occur under my roof."
Her account advises fans to message her directly to receive “exclusive content” for $19.99 a month to receive pictures and videos two to three times each week.
She's received immediate support from her mother who wrote in the comments section: “Sami I will always support you and always have your back. I love you.”
Last week, Denise said she cannot judge her daughter for doing OnlyFans.
The actress, most recognized for her role as Carmen Ibanez in Starship Troopers, admitted she was doing similar things at her age including posing for Playboy.
Denise praised her daughter in an Instagram post reacting to "negative comments".
She said that she cannot be judgemental and neither can Anger Management star Charlie.
In a post, she wrote: "Lots of negative comments on my social this past week.
"I have to say, I wish I had the confidence my 18 yr old daughter has.
"And I also can't be judgmental of her choices. I did Wild Things & Playboy quite frankly her father shouldn't be either.
"And to be able to ignore the negativity at her age? It took me many years & I still sometimes struggle.
" I'm in awe of her ability to be able to shut out the noise. Because it can destroy you."
The star explained that people post bikini snaps on different apps and get paid for it, so went on to defend her daughter's decision to use the app.
She added: "I recently learned about @onlyfans in the last few months. The judgment because women & men of the adult film industry are on there. I imagine they're on Instagram & Twitter as well.
"Is there really a difference posting a picture of ourself in a bikini on IG? We've all done it. Because you get paid on OnlyFans? I'm pretty sure IG & Twitter do quite well off of all of us. Is it so bad to control it & monotize it too?"
She added: "I'm sorry, but s*** if I can get paid and at my age? to see me in a bikini?!? God bless you. Perhaps I should open my own account...
"Oh & those of you that are so judgemental... sounds like you might already subscribe to an @onlyfans account. Have a great weekend."
On June 15, 2022, Sami told followers that she is focusing on body positivity on the platform.
"Only thing that matters is making sure you're comfortable with what your posting & remembering that all bodies are beautiful," she wrote on Instagram.