Victoria Triece: Mom barred from volunteering at school because of OnlyFans’ account

Someone reportedly sent Triece’s pictures from the adult site platform to her kids’ school after which the decision was taken


                            Victoria Triece: Mom barred from volunteering at school because of OnlyFans’ account
Victoria Triece is an OnlyFans model (Instagram/ @victoriasnooks)

ORLANDO, FLORIDA: A mother, who is also a model on OnlyFans, has reportedly been prohibited from volunteering at her children’s school because of her profession. The decision was taken after someone sent her pictures to the school authorities. Victoria Triece had earlier volunteered at Sand Lake Elementary in Orange County.

The adult site star, who uses the name “victoriasnooks” online, was ordered not to visit the school campus two weeks ago. She was also provided with the reason and was being told that her profile on OnlyFans led to the decision.

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Who is Victoria Triece?

Triece is a well-known personality not only on OnlyFans but also on Instagram that boasts over 100k followers. There is not much information available about her personal life, except that her two kids are of the age five and ten. She is also present on Twitter as @victoriasnooks and is being followed by more than 24k people.

As per reports, most of her content on the internet is Not Safe For Work (NSFW). There are a total of 850 posts on her OnlyFans account that have garnered 177,000 likes. After Triece was banned, she took to Twitter to express her anger. She tweeted, “the way someone took paid content from my onlyfans and sent it into my children’s school is so cruel. you don’t have to like what i do or agree with it but to do something this extreme is just downright wrong.”

In another tweet, she wrote: “and if you want to see the email that was sent about me or hear the story about how i currently am not allowed around children in the school building because of this email, it’s all over the news right now.”



 



 

 



 

 

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

Triece’s lawyer, Mark NeJame, has said that they are planning to sue the district for at least $1 million. NeJame told WESH, “What authoritarian mentality allows somebody to point a discriminating finger at somebody and say we don't approve of you and you can't be around children. That becomes frightening.” The lawyer has also informed the district about the impending legal suit.



 

 

Meanwhile, several people on Twitter responded after Triece’s tweets. A user angrily wrote, “Wait, what? Seriously? That is so messed up. When did it become a thing for schools to judge parents on their personal choices that are completely irrelevant to anything academic related or pertaining to your children directly.” Another one said, “I saw this on the news today and I was like it’s Victoria! Absolutely disgusting for that individual to do that and even more so for the school board to do that to you. Hope you win your case because what they did was wrong.” “I’m so sorry, that is VILE and so sad the response the school district had by banning you after so many years of service volunteering,” the third user added.