Florida mom plans to sue over being banned from volunteering at elementary school because of her OnlyFans page

Victoria Triece was banned from volunteering at her childrens’ elementary school. (Instagram)


Cliff Pinckard

cleveland.com

ORLANDO, Florida — A woman says she has been prohibited from volunteering at the elementary school her two children attend after school officials were made aware of her page on OnlyFans, an adults-only website.

Now Victoria Triece, 30, is planning legal action against Orange County Public Schools because she has been prohibited from continuing to work as a volunteer at Sand Lake Elementary School, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

“Nobody has the right to judge what other people do for a living. I feel judged and so isolated,” Triece said Thursday, according to WESH Channel 2. “I was humiliated and I should not, and no one else should be concerned about what another parent does. I just love spending time with my kids and I have a great relationship with other parents and students.”

Triece’s children, ages 5 and 10, both attend Sand Lake, WFTV Channel 9 reports. She has been a part of the school’s ADDition volunteer program for five years, reports say.

On Oct. 13, she was told she was no longer allowed in the school or on campus after an anonymous parent informed school officials about her OnlyFans page. The adults-only site requires people to pay a subscription to view explicit photos and video. Triece also has public accounts on Twitter and Instagram that feature less-explicit photos.

“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 said Thursday at her lawyer’s office, the Sentinel reports. “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’s lawyers, John Zielinski and Mark NeJame, have told the school district they intend to sue for $1 million, clickorlando.com reports. They also want her to again be allowed to volunteer at the school. The school district has said Triece can be a chaperone on field trips, reports say, but remains prohibited from volunteering in the school.

She tells the Sentinel that some parents have reached out in support.

“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 said. “I think everybody’s just floored because they’re like, ‘We know you, we know who you are.’”

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