Titus Low, 22, was charged with two counts of transmitting obscene materials by electronic means, via his OnlyFans account, on Thursday.
Selling “obscene” material is illegal under Singapore’s Penal Code, but Low is believed to be OnlyFan’s first content creator in Singapore to be prosecuted for it.
If convicted of these two charges, Singapore Police Force said in a press release that Low faces imprisonment of up to three months, a fine, or both.
Low was also charged under Singapore’s Criminal Procedure Code on Thursday as police say he failed to comply with an order not to access his OnlyFans account, according to The Straits Times.
Singapore Police Force said that it received a report in September that Low had allegedly shared images and videos of his “private parts” on OnlyFans. On October 11, police seized his account and ordered him not to access it.
Low is accused by the police, however, of resetting his password, regaining access to the account, and sharing more content.
If found guilty of breaching Singapore’s Criminal Procedure Code, police said that Low could face up to six months in jail and a fine.
In a statement sent to Insider by email, Low said: “I would like to comment that I have been charged for posting nudity on a non-Singaporean website, OnlyFans.
“Brings a lot to say about the law here. I have only been posting myself mostly and all of my subscribers are consensual adults.”
His attorney followed up the email by saying that Low is in a “very compromised mental state.”
In September, an OnlyFans model in Thailand and her boyfriend were arrested for allegedly violating decency laws by sharing sexual content, the Thai Enquirer reported.