Mother banned from volunteering at child’s school because of OnlyFans account 8 months ago

Mother banned from volunteering at child’s school because of OnlyFans account

She is threatening to sue the school over the ban

A mum in Florida has been banned from volunteering at her child's school because she has an OnlyFans account.

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Victoria Triece, 30, is a mother to two children aged five and 10. Both attend Sand Lake Elementary in Orange County.

She has said that she feels "judged and isolated" after being told she could no longer volunteer and is threatening to sue the school over the ban.

Triece ended up being banned after some of the other parents found her pictures on the adult-only site and complained to the school about them.

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The mother has said she is doing nothing wrong by being on the platform where subscribers pay creators for access to exclusive content. This often includes explicit or sexual photos and video.

"It’s nobody’s position to judge what anybody does in their private life," Triece told reporters on Thursday (October 29) at the office of her attorney NeJame Law. "If I’m not hurting anybody and I’m not affecting anybody’s day, then it’s somebody’s choice to do something that’s fully legal.

"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‚" she claimed.

Triece is intending to sue the school board for damages amounting to $1 million and has demanded she is reinstated as an 'ADDitions volunteer.'

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The legal firm representing Treice said the basis for damages include denying her the right to participate in her children’s lives and denying her the choice of livelihood.

As reported in the Independent, the firm added that she is also seeking damages because of "the ridicule she has suffered and will suffer as a result of being banned for no reason other than offending the moral sensitivities of another for what she does privately."

The school has so far declined to comment, citing "potential, pending or ongoing litigation."

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