A mother from Florida says she was banned from volunteering at a children’s school because she is on OnlyFans

A mother from Florida says she was told she could no longer volunteer at her children’s elementary school because she has a OnlyFans site.

At a press conference this week, Victoria Triece’s mother told reporters that a parent at her children’s school alerted staff to her account on Just fans, a subscription service that has become popular due to user – generated adult content.

Triece – whose children are 5 and 10 years old – said she regularly helps organize activities at the school, but claims it was banned after an unknown parent sent pictures of her subscription to caregivers.

“No one has the right to judge what other people are doing for a living,” the 30-year-old Triece said. WESH. “I feel doomed and so isolated.”

Triece was accompanied by her attorney, Mark NeJame, who said they plan to sue the school district for at least $ 1 million.

Neither NeJames nor the county, Orange County Public Schools, responded immediately to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

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“I was humiliated and shouldn’t and no one else should care what the other parent is doing,” Triece explained. “I like spending time with my kids and I have a great relationship with other parents and students.”

According to the Orlando SentinelTriece claims school officials told her she could no longer work with the children on Oct. 13. However, she says she never received an official letter outlining the decision.

Triece, who has been a member of OnlyFans for two years, said she has since received support from other parents at the school.

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One minute of my job a day is not my whole life“My life is not a mother or a parent,” she told reporters.

“I think everyone is just desperate,” she added, “because they say, ‘We know you, we know who you are.'”

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OnlyFans was a source of controversy for other mothers with children in elementary school. Mom Crystal Jackson from California told People earlier this year her three sons she was expelled from Catholic school when trustees found out about her OnlyFans account.

Jackson, along with her husband, said she earns $ 500,000 a month on the subscription side.

According to the allegations WFLATriece claims school officials contacted her when they found out about the lawsuit and told her she could join the field trips but could only accompany her children.

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