In America’s public schools, teachers can take students on field trips to gay bars, drag queens can read stories to kindergartners, and boys can put on women’s lingerie and give their principal a lap dance.
Yet a mom with an OnlyFans account is over the top.
In Florida, the Orange County Public Schools district banned Victoria Triece from being a parent volunteer at her children’s elementary school after an anonymous parent saw her account on the adult-entertainment website and ratted her out to officials.
Before her other life was exposed, Triece, as a volunteer, had helped organize classroom parties, help with school assignments and perform other chores, the Orlando Sentinel reported last week.
Triece told reporters that she had been an OnlyFans content provider for two years before she was outed by another parent. And the 30-year-old’s extracurricular activities were not exactly a secret.
The Sentinel noted that her Twitter account, which is public, links to her OnlyFans site.
Triece has a lawyer and is apparently ready to sue the school district over her expulsion.
NBC Miami reported that she will seek $1 million in damages.
The outlet also reported that she passed a background check and a drug test before being allowed on campus. The Sentinel noted that the school district’s documents governing the parent volunteer program do not mention anything about volunteers’ off-campus, after-school activities.
Triece told reporters that she was “humiliated” by being exposed.
“I should not, and no one else should be concerned about what another parent does. I just love spending time with my kids and I have a great relationship with other parents and students,” she said.
“I always wanted to be involved in that aspect of life,” Triece said of being a classroom volunteer for her children. “My mother did it for me and having her there was the best joy growing up.”
“One minute of my job a day is not my whole life, it’s not my life of being a mom or being a parent,” she added. “I think everybody’s just floored because they’re like, ‘We know you, we know who you are.’”
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