I think women who take maternity leave are LAZY – being a mom doesn’t have to take over your life
An OnlyFans model who returned to work five days after giving birth claimed that women who stay on maternity leave are “lazy.”
Jaelyn Cox, from Glasgow, had her second child in February and wants to give her children as much money and support as possible.
The 29-year-old dancer was vying to get back to work as she can earn up to £800 a night working at the Seventh Heaven club in the Scottish capital.
She claimed that sitting at home would lead her to weight gain and depression.
She told The Sun in an interview: ‘I think those people are just lazy and looking for an excuse.
Jaelyn Cox (above), from Glasgow, went back to work five days after giving birth, claiming women who stay on maternity leave are ‘lazy’
“It’s important not to let motherhood rule your life. Every child needs a happy mother and a break from your children is good.”
According to Jaelyn, women should focus on dieting, fitness and going to the gym while raising their baby, according to Jaelyn.
She added that women don’t “start looking good again” to their partner or they could cheat in the long run.
The Scottish mother first joined OnlyFans after the first lockdown in 2020 to supplement her income as an exotic dancer.
While she thought her first pregnancy would negatively impact her earning potential, Jaelyn says it actually had the opposite effect.
The mother says she was asked for photos of her baby bump during both of her pregnancies, which allowed her to continue working right through to delivery.
While she has previously faced criticism online for her work, Jaelyn has said she is not ashamed of her job and says flexibility is essential as a working mom.
Jaelyn’s job means she can work from home without having to pay £50 a day to take her daughters to nursery.
The 29-year-old dancer (left) was vying to get back to work as she can earn up to £800 a night working at the Seventh Heaven club in the Scottish capital.
In an interview with the Scottish Sun in December 2021, she said: ‘I’m getting messages online from people saying I’m a bad mother, that my child will grow up knowing I’m a stripper and will be bullied at school. I’ve had it all.
“But how can you say I’m a bad mother when she has everything she needs and I’m trying to give her a good life?”