Leah McSweeney Claims She Made More Money on OnlyFans Than 2 seasons of RHONY


Leah McSweeney is making some bold claims about the lack of money she made while starring on RHONY for two seasons. Get all the tea!

Former Bravo star Leah McSweeney claims that she makes more on OnlyFans than she ever did starring on the Real Housewives of New York.

“I’m making a s–t ton of money, which is awesome,” Leah McSweeney boasted on the “Sofia with an F” podcast.

Host Sofia Franklyn, formerly of Call Her Daddy, asked the 41-year-old whether she “made more on OnlyFans in a week than [she] did on the show,” to which the former RHONY star replied, “Yes.”

“One week is more than one season,” Leah McSweeney then claimed before noting, “Why didn’t I do OnlyFans sooner?!”

The former RHONY star calls her OnlyFans content “sexy” but “also funny.”

“I f–king love OnlyFans,” she continued. “This is great. This is a wonderful platform where people aren’t censored. They don’t have ads in their face constantly. They don’t have negative algorithms pushing bulls–t. I feel supported. I’m making money. I get to express myself. It’s fun. I love it. I’m being creative on it. It’s dope.”

Leah McSweeney reportedly earned $3000 per episode for her first season of RHONY and $10,000 per episode for her second and final season. Season 12 had 25 episodes, and season 13 had 16, so Leah brought home a combined total of $255,000 for her two-year stint on reality TV.

The RHONY alum is currently engulfed in a major lawsuit against Bravo and Real Housewives executive producer Andy Cohen.

In February, Leah McSweeney filed a lawsuit against Bravo and Andy Cohen for intentionally preying on her alcohol addiction so they could hit the ratings jackpot.

The lawsuit claims that Bravo, Shed Media, and Andy Cohen “discriminated against, tormented,  demoralized, demeaned, harassed and retaliated against Ms. McSweeney because she is a woman with disabilities, such as alcohol use disorder and various mental health disorders, all in the name of selling drama. But being in the business of reality television does not relieve [them] of their obligation to follow employment laws that prohibit the exact type of discrimination, hostile work environment, and retaliation that Defendants subjected Ms. McSweeney to. Now, Ms. McSweeney  seeks justice.”

In her filing, Leah McSweeney also alleged that Andy Cohen “snorts cocaine” with Housewives.

 Andy’s attorneys have denied the Real Housewives of New York alum’s allegations.

In March, the WWHL host’s legal team fired off a letter demanding Leah McSweeney retract her “baseless and false.” allegations or face going to court

“We demand that you immediately retract and withdraw all allegations relating to Mr. Cohen’s purported ‘cocaine use,’” the legal letter read.

The letter continued, “Mr. Cohen never used cocaine with any cast member on any Real Housewives or with any other Bravo employee. The absence of any reasonable basis to make such allegations is confirmed by your pleading itself.”

Since then, Leah McSweeney’s legal team has teased that there are more lawsuits coming for both Bravo and Real Housewives executive producer.

“There are more lawsuits coming and there are more people who are going to speak out,” McSweeney’s lawyer, Gary Adelman, said in a statement to Us Weekly on Tuesday, March 12. “It doesn’t matter what people say or think — that Andy’s a good guy, or that you should expect to drink, or that you should expect this behavior.”

“Andy Cohen had his counsel and PR agents write a threatening letter to give to the press is hardly surprising. Mr. Cohen is accustomed to using his power in the media to scare and intimidate people like Ms. McSweeney so that they will not speak out,” the statement read. “Mr. Cohen’s attempt to discredit and intimidate Ms. McSweeney to deter her from engaging in legally protected activity in Court is exactly the type of retaliation that this lawsuit was brought to address and only is further evidence for Ms. McSweeney.”

More recently, Leah has claimed that she has good intentions with her lawsuit against Andy and Bravo.

“As hard as it is to be going up against a very powerful entity, and for people to maybe also just not agree with me or, you know, come at me and get blowback and all the things, I don’t care because this is the truth, you know?” Leah shared on the March 21 episode of the Addiction Talk podcast. “And my intentions are really good. And I check myself all the time about that.”

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