I’m a lawyer on OnlyFans — cheaters want me to defend them
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This woman has seen way more than legal briefs during the course of her law career.
Denise Rocha is a practicing lawyer by day — but also strips down to her skivvies to moonlight as an OnlyFans entertainer.
However, the 39-year-old Brazilian beauty does more than just strut her stuff on the adult website.
She proudly combines her skills to counsel customers on the platform — by representing them when it comes to affairs of the heart.
“Despite what many people think, I didn’t give up my career as a lawyer,” she claimed to Jam Press. “In fact, I receive more than 70 requests daily to represent unfaithful spouses. I am referred to as an expert on the subject.”
Rocha launched her saucy service about eight months ago after she was hit with some unexpected financial problems.
Low and behold, one day a wayward husband came begging for help extricating himself from his unhappy marriage, Rocha said. Turns out the hubby had been busted browsing OnlyFans — and needed legal advice after his wife filed for divorce.
“He asked ‘please’ for me to represent him,” Rocha said before hyping her own rep as a non-traditional legal eagle: “He heard about my fame as a lawyer — and said that only I could resolve the situation.”
Taking infidelity cases is nothing new to the experienced lawyer however, who claims she has been “recommended for specialist help in this area” long before joining the digital realm of online influencers.
Rocha told the outlet she now rakes in as much as $100,000 a month selling her combo package to adulterous husbands — and the occasional betrayed wife.
Rocha explained that its often by word-of-mouth that she gets most of her business defending others — as people continue to “recommend me as a specialist.”
“I particularly think it’s very good,” she said. “Especially because now I receive 50 percent more requests.”
According to legally blonde social media star, many of the cases she takes on have highly unpredictable outcomes for the different parties involved.
While infidelity isn’t punishable by law in Brazil — being a cheater can still carry massive consequences, she said.
She gave some insight in her legal dealings involving extramarital affairs, saying that if treason is proven, the “adulterous spouse will not be entitled to alimony.”
“Cases of infidelity are in the thousands, and it seems that over the years they tend to grow,” she added.
“This I see by the amount of messages from betrayed women and men that I receive in a single day.”
Meanwhile, she’s not alone in the world of law-meets-lascivious content.
Judge Gregory A. Locke, 33, is at risk of being barred from the bench — for moonlighting as a porn star.
The NYC jurist was fired last week for “unprofessional behavior” after charging $12 a month for access to his OnlyFans site.
Locke’s fall from grace came after he told City Councilwoman Vickie Paladino to “choke on a d–k” following her criticism against Drag Queen Story Hour in public schools and libraries, leading the rep to file a complaint against him.
“Because of a disgusting tweet this judge posted about me, we placed a complaint, the floodgates opened and he was fired,” Paladino said. “This guy should lose his law license, we’re in the process.”
Locke did not respond to The Post’s repeated requests for comment.