Victoria Triece, of Florida, alleged in her lawsuit against Orange County Public Schools that the school district banned her from volunteering because she had an OnlyFans account | Courtesy: @victoriasnooks/Instagram
- Victoria Triece said she was banned from volunteering at her kids’ school because of what she does for work.
- The Mom’s lawsuit accused the school board for invasion of privacy and harassment after her private pictures were leaked.
- Her attorneys alleged that her ‘sexually explicit’ photos on OnlyFans were previously unknown.
“I wanted to still be involved. I went through a crazy breakup. I wanted to still go to school with them and be with them 24/7 and be as involved in their lives as I could be without being away from them.
“Nobody knew about it until the school opted to out her…until a parent didn’t like what she was doing in her off time and told the school,” attorney Mark NeJame told Wesh. “And then the school recklessly went ahead and distributed these images.”
The lawyers also noted that the stigma which Victoria is facing for being an OnlyFans model was similar to having a scarlet letter on one’s head, despite having no criminal record and even passing annual background checks before the volunteer ban.
NeJame questioned what the school board’s policy meant for other parents.
“If they’re involved in multiple sex partners, are they prevented from seeing their children at school? If they work in the adult industry as a topless dancer or as a male dancer, are they prevented from seeing their children at school? Where does this stop?,” the attorney said.
“If somebody’s a big game hunter which many people think might be immoral, are they prevented from coming into the school because some morality police says what they’re doing doesn’t meet up to their moral standards?”