Florida mom is banned from volunteering at sons’ elementary school after her X-rated OnlyFans page – which features lesbian images – was exposed by poison pen letter: Files furious $1m lawsuit in response
A Florida mom has been banned from volunteering at her sons’ elementary school for having an X-rated OnlyFans account – and is now suing the district for $1 million.
Victoria Triece, 30, was axed from Orange County Public Schools ADDition volunteer program after her presence on the adult subscription site was revealed by a poison pen letter.
Photos and videos of Triece show her in underwear, and embracing another scantily-clad woman on a bed, although she insists she never behaved inappropriately while working at the school.
She is no longer welcome to volunteer at Sand Lake Elementary School in Orlando, which her sons aged five and 10 attend.
The sex worker had assisted in organizing class parties and helped with lab assignments for her older son’s class, something she said she wanted to do ever since she became a mother, and is outraged by the ban.
As of October 13, Victoria Triece, pictured, is no longer a part of the Orange County Public Schools’ volunteer program at Sand Lake Elementary, where her two children attend school
Triece, 30, was banned from the classroom after an anonymous letter sent to school officials revealed her OnlyFans page, and now she’s vowing to sue the school district for $1 million
‘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 Thursday at the office of NeJame Law, where she’s being represented in a looming lawsuit.
‘I don’t know who was told what I do. And now I’m supposed to walk into the building and I don’t know what was said to my son’s teacher… I don’t know what’s been said about me to anyone at that school.’
Triece created her OnlyFans page over two years before the news came to light, and had even promoted the page on her public Twitter account, which was created back in 2016.
Speaking of why she wanted to volunteer, Triece told NBC6: ‘I always wanted to be involved in that aspect of life.
‘My mother did it for me and having her there was the best joy growing up.’
Triece was officially kicked off campus after a parent anonymously tipped off school officials of her OnlyFans account, which is a subscriber-based adult-only website
Triece created her OnlyFans page over two years before the news came to light, and had even promoted the page on her public Twitter account, which was created back in 2016
Triece said that she never dressed inappropriately while volunteering at the school, with a handful of parents having reached out since her dismissal to her show their support
While a letter sent to the OCPS on Wednesday said Triece was no longer welcomed at the elementary school as a classroom volunteer, her attorneys Mark NeJame and John Zielinski claim she never received any formal documentation informing her of the district’s decision.
‘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.
‘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.’
Meanwhile, Michael Ollendorff, a spokesman for Orange County Public Schools, refused to comment on the matter over ‘potential, pending or ongoing litigation,’ while citing several guideline documents for ADDition volunteers.
However, none of the documents Ollendorff cited state what volunteers can do off-campus.
Triece, who has been banned from volunteering at her children’s elementary school in Orlando, at a news conference Thursday, announcing a $1 million lawsuit she has filed
Attorney Mark NeJame, left, speaks as, Victoria Triece, right, listens during news conference Thursday in Orlando
Triece is one of several recent online adult entertainers to have been publicly shamed for their work
Triece said that she never dressed inappropriately while volunteering at the elementary school, with a handful of parents having reached out since her dismissal to her show their support.
One supportive parent even referred Triece to the NeJame Law firm, which is now seeking $1 million in damages from the Orange County school district.
Triece will still be allowed to chaperone field trips, according to her lawyers, but will not be allowed to work on-campus as a volunteer.
‘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.’
Triece is one of several recent online adult entertainers to have been publicly shamed for their work, with a Sacramento mother telling the press in February that her kids were expelled from an area Catholic school after a ‘mean mom’ discovered her OnlyFans page.