In 2006, before he appeared on four seasons of Survivor, Ozzy Lusth was on another reality show: Playboy TV’s Foursome, which gathered two men and two women for a night of sexual activity, all filmed. (Other reality show cast members followed in his footsteps.)
Now, almost 15 years later, Ozzy is back to doing pσrn, but now for himself, rather than for a corporation. He announced on Instagram in early November that he’d joined OnlyFans, and now charges $5 a month for access.
So is it worth it? Consider first Survivor Ghost Island’s Michael Yerger, who frequently posts partially clothed photos to his Instagram, who is also on OnlyFans, but has been dragged on Reddit for how much he charges and how little he shows. One person wrote, “people bought the $22 photo and he literally has jeans on it’s a waste of money.” Another wrote, “You’d think he was some huge star, not just some hot guy from Survivor.”
As to Ozzy, someone wrote, “He delivered more than all of Michael Yerger’s OF in the span of 2 days.” And you can see evidence of Ozzy’s delivery without paying.
In November, Ozzy’s scene partner, Kissa Sins, tweeted an extremely explicit video and wrote, “Remember the show Survivor on CBS?? Well I fucked one of their most famous contestants Ozzy Lusth on camera!!!!”
I didn’t know about any of this until Sunday, when Ozzy tweeted a request: “Anyone down to shoot some porno this weekend with me and Kissa Sins… lmk”
“I have always loved and admired you as well as millions of young people who follow you, but come on dude those pictures of you on your regular twitter where kids can see are totally inappropriate to your regular twitter account.”
Oh yes, the children, who may be forever damaged to learn that people use their bodies for pleasure. Let’s be real, though: if a person who’s too young to see a photo of a reality show contestant having sex, they should not be on Twitter, where a photo of explicit sexual activity is actually tame compared to everything else that’s swirling around in that cesspool.
I can understand the surprise—in the early days of this site, there were plenty of “OMG look!” links and stories because it was novel and new and curious to see someone we knew so well on TV in such a more intimate form—though I am still surprised that it’s a surprise in 2001.
Ozzy seems to have had a shift in his perspective about this kind of work, which he once called “a mistake.” When he was asked about his Foursome appearance in a 2007 interview, he said,
” I didn’t really realize the extent of my actions and how they would *laughs* be documented. You know I had no intention of ever becoming a public figure so I went into it with the idea that I wanted to have fun and be wild and crazy. In hindsight of course I think it was a mistake and I wish I hadn’t gone so crazy. At the same time I can check it off my list of things you do in your life.”
And now he’s back to doing more of it. Good for him.