OnlyFans mum banned from volunteering at school

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A mother who was told she is no longer allowed to volunteer at her children's school because she has an OnlyFans account has said she's "humiliated" by the decision. 

Victoria Triece, 30, from Florida told reporters that a parent at her children's school sent images from her OnlyFans page to school administrators.

The mum — whose children are 5 and 10 — was then banned from attending school activities, where she said she would regularly volunteer before she was told she is no longer welcome. 

The mum-of-two was told she can no longer volunteer at her children's school. Source: WESH 2 News
Victoria Triece was told she can no longer volunteer at her children's school. Source: WESH 2 News

'Judged and isolated' 

At a press conference, Ms Triece said no one has the right to judge what people do for a living.

"I feel judged and so isolated," Ms Triece said, according to local news station Wesh.

"I was humiliated, and 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."

Victoria Triece has had an Only Fans account for two years. Source: Instagram
Victoria Triece has had an Only Fans account for two years. Source: Instagram

Ms Triece's attorney, Mark NeJame told the news outlet they plan to sue the school district for at least $1 million (approx. $1,333,000 AUD).

"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," Mr NeJame said.

According to the Orlando Sentinel, school officials allegedly told Ms Triece she wasn't allowed to volunteer anymore on October 13, although she says she was never given a formal letter.

Ms Triece has been a member of OnlyFans for two years. She has since been told to go on school excursions but is only allowed to supervise her own children.

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