Arizona teacher defends OnlyFans account created with husband after being forced to quit teaching jobs

Samantha Peer aka Khloe Karter said that the salary she and her husband Dillon received was too little to stay afloat that forced her to start the account

Arizona teacher defends OnlyFans account created with husband after being forced to quit teaching jobs
Samantha Peer and husband Dillon were forced to quit their teaching jobs after parents discovered through their children that the couple were posting sexually explicit material on OnlyFans (Photo: khloekarterxxx/Twitter; dpeer32/Instagram)
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LAKE HAVASU CITY, ARIZONA: A husband and wife from a middle school have been fired from their teaching jobs after students learned that the couple was running an OnlyFans account and even posting sexually explicit content taken at the school. Samantha Peer, also known under the pseudonym Khloe Karter, recorded the explicit material with her 28-year-old spouse Dillon, and uploaded it on Instagram and TikTok accounts that her eighth-grade pupils follow. One student told their mother that a post showed the teacher on the child's desk. The page has content portraying sexual acts that allegedly took place in the children's classroom.

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The children first learned about the page at some time during the school year and started spreading its graphic content. The posts were soon discovered by the faculty at Thunderbolt Middle School in Lake Havasu City, which prompted an internal investigation sometime in October. Since then, it has come to light that the couple was no longer employed by the school, contrary to earlier reports that said they were dismissed. Officials stated that Peer's position was terminated on October 31 while her husband, a fourth-grade teacher, was fired days later, reported Daily Mail.

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Peer, a mother of two young boys, claimed in a video on YouTube on Friday, November 11, that the two had been made to resign. In the video, the science teacher justified posting the content, citing the low remuneration she received from the institution. The account appears to be still active, and her accounts are actively promoting pornographic material. Peer, whose most recent post reads, "Whose husband am I stealing next?" claimed that she started making content this summer in order to cover basic expenses.

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The five-and-a-half-minute clip opens with Peer in front of her computer and saying, "My name is Samantha Peer - or some of you might know me by my alias, Khloe Karter." Peer continues with a summary of the problem while recalling her five years of work at Thunderbolt. Despite this, she claimed in the video, "My salary did not increase in this time period," although an internal evaluation supposedly resulted in her promotion. Peer claimed that despite her husband's additional income, she still had to earn "extra stipends in order to make ends meet," such as serving as co-advisor for the school yearbook and science clubs. She said, "I was mentoring a group of four uncertified new teachers, I was going to coach softball in the spring. It got to a point where our family was not able to survive on our two teacher incomes."

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She continued to justify her decision by repeatedly stating how much she loved her family and blaming the school for putting her in a situation that she said forced her to create such content. Peer admitted, "My children are the most important thing to me, and I'm already spending countless hours outside of my contract time on extra school activities, and I don't think it's fair that I have to sacrifice my own children's time because our professional salary did not pay enough."

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In order to prevent students from seeing the account and its content, she further stated that she "chose an anonymous name as well as blocking the entire state of Arizona." However, much of the content was still freely accessible on her Twitter account, which frequently promoted her page. Peer acknowledged that she produced a pornographic film in a classroom and promoted it, as several parents had already come forward to claim so, in recent weeks. She however stood by her decision, claiming that the explicit videos and photographs were taken by her and her husband after work and on the weekends when no students were present.

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Additionally, she said that her page was "specifically labeled as not safe for work," implying that any students who did discover it did so against the rules. She acknowledged that she posted links to the content on her Instagram and Twitter accounts in order to make money, but she insisted that children were unaware of her social media presence before her resignation from the district.

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Peer said that her husband was placed on paid administrative leave on November 2 as a result of some of her former coworkers complaining that images of the couple were still being circulated among teachers. As he was an at-will employee, the school claimed that he was fired on November 4. 

Meanwhile, the former teacher said that she has been the target of harassment from parents who posted her address online and threatened to show her children the material she made available to their children.

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