Mom files lawsuit over alleged ban on volunteering at school for work OnlyFans
A Florida mother is suing the Orange County Public Schools (OCPS), claiming the school board barred her from volunteering because she is an OnlyFans model.
Victoria Triece, 31, volunteered at her child’s school, Sand Lake Elementary, but said she was banned last year for posting sexually explicit content on the subscription website , WESH reported on Wednesday.
“I’ve always wanted to be involved in this aspect of life,” Triece said last year of volunteering over the past five years. “My mom made it for me and having it there was the greatest joy growing up.”
She created her OnlyFans account because she didn’t want a regular job and wanted to be with her kids as much as possible.
She filed a lawsuit Tuesday against OCPS after the principal allegedly told her she was not allowed to be with children or on the school campus. These instructions would have been transmitted by the school board.
According to the woman’s attorney, Mark NeJame, “It’s kind of like old times having a scarlet letter on your head,” adding that what she’s doing isn’t illegal.
“But yet we have a morality police with the Orange County school board and whoever the administrators made this horrible decision,” he added.
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Meanwhile, social media users were quick to share differing opinions on the story.
“It’s almost as if schools are a place where moral standards must be upheld for the good of innocent children. Weird”, a person commented, while another said“So live drag shows are okay, but private fan-only accounts aren’t?”
Triece accused the school board of invasion of privacy, civil cyber-sexual harassment, while claiming that executives sent his images to staff members, employees and the media without asking permission.
She has already passed the volunteer background checks and has no criminal record. Now she has told reporters she wants to see things change.
“I don’t want a parent going through this. It’s not, to me, it’s just not fair at all,” the woman said.
Last year, his legal team planned to sue for $1 million, but have since decided to let a jury decide the outcome.