A mom in Florida said she was banned from volunteering at her kids’ school over her OnlyFans page.
Victoria Triece said another parent anonymously sent her OnlyFans page to the elementary school.
She announced plans to sue the Orange County School District for $1 million.
A mom in Orange County, Florida, said she was banned from volunteering at her sons’ elementary school over her OnlyFans page, where she shares explicit content of herself to paying subscribers.
Victoria Triece, 30, had volunteered for years at Sand Lake Elementary School, where her sons, ages 5 and 10, are students, NBC affiliate WESH-TV reported. But two weeks ago she was told she could no longer volunteer, with her occupation cited as the reason.
“Nobody has the right to judge what other people do for a living. I feel judged, and so isolated,” she told the outlet.
An anonymous letter was sent to the school by another parent who discovered her page.
“It affected a parent who went and paid to see my content, but then they had to go send in these photos of me to the school and make me not be allowed to be around children anymore, which I’ve done and dedicated my life to for pretty much five years,” Triece told reporters during a press conference on Thursday, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
During the press conference, Triece and her lawyers announced her intention to sue the Orange County School District for $1 million.
“What authoritarian mentality allows somebody to point a discriminating finger at somebody and say we don’t approve of you and you can’t be around children. That becomes frightening,” Mark NeJame, Triece’s attorney, said.
“She understands that there’s going to be a percentage of parents who are going to be get up into their moral arms and wag their discriminating finger at her and say, ‘We don’t want you around our children,'” NeJame said, according to the Sentinel. “Well, they wouldn’t have known about it because she kept it away from the children. You can’t access her unless you’re an adult.”
OnlyFans is an adult-only site, with Triece’s content not visible unless a user pays to see it. She does have a public Instagram and Twitter account where she posts less explicit photos.
According to the district’s website, volunteers must pass a background check, but there is nothing regarding a person’s occupation. Triece told WESH-TV she passed the background check and has no criminal record. Triece also told the outlet other parents have reached out to show their support.
The Orange County School District did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment. A spokesperson for the district declined to comment to the Sentinel, citing “potential, pending or ongoing litigation.”
Triece did not immediately reply to Insider’s request for comment.
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