Police in Singapore have arrested a popular bisexual OnlyFans star on obscenity charges, and the young influencer said in a recent video posted to YouTube he regrets not living a more sustainable lifestyle but also questions the motives of his unnamed accuser.
Titus Low, 22, was arrested December 29 of last year and charged with multiple violations of Singapore's strict criminal code relating to obscenity and the electronic transmission of pornography. If convicted on all counts, Low would face up to a year in prison and thousands of dollars in fines.
"The Police arrested a 22-year-old man on 29 December 2021 for offences under the Penal Code and Criminal Procedure Code in relation to the electronic transmission of obscene materials on an online platform - 'OnlyFans,'" Singapore police said in a press release. The statement noted that Low was warned multiple times about his use of OnlyFans and was told accessing the account was tantamount to a violation of the law, yet said Low attempted to access the account despite the repeated warnings.
According to the press release, a complaint against Low was lodged on September 4. The performer said he still does not know the identity of his accuser and questions their motives for filing a complaint.
"As some of you guys know, there is an OnlyFans community in Singapore and this has become a full-time job," Low said in a video about the charges. "We only create content for people who are our age and wish to have content they want to see. And all of this is on the basis of everything is consensual. So we don't force you to watch our content or force you to pay. It's not open for public consumption and if I don't impede your life and your lifestyle the person reported me why are you impeding mine?"
According to Low, "I think this conversation is far greater than me" and centers questions of inclusion and acceptance in Singapore's culture.
Low said he started his OnlyFans account because he came from a hardscrabble home and family life, and wanted to support himself and live the type of lifestyle he had always dreamed of.
He spoke of both his parents "working humble jobs just to keep the family afloat" and that he would rather live broke than be dependent upon his family. He moved out but initially faced difficulty making ends meets.
"If I ever had the chance to rewind time I'd of course be more savvy and have a more sustainable lifestyle," he said.
Low is currently out on bail awaiting his next court date. He said he is fully cooperating with authorities, but is suffering from extreme anxiety both from his criminal liabilities but also his mounting debts. He also said he is hopeful that this nightmare will soon be over.