Model and Entertainer Victoria Triece Fighting for Parental Rights Despite OnlyFans Career
A mother in Florida is suing the Orange County Public Schools, claiming that she has been banned from volunteering at her children’s school due to her OnlyFans account. Victoria Triece, 31, had been volunteering for five years before the alleged ban, which included passing an annual background check.
Victoria Triece claims that a principal told her that “she could no longer be around children on school grounds” and that the decision came from the school board. The school board is also accused of invasion of privacy and civil sexual cyberharassment, after photos of Victoria Triece were allegedly shared with staff, employees and the press without her consent.
Triece’s attorney, Mark NeJame, stated that “what she was doing, what she does in her off time, it’s not illegal. But yet, we have a morality police with the Orange County School Board and whatever administrators made this horrific decision.” Triece said she is suing the district to prevent other parents from going through a similar struggle.
In an interview with NBC affiliate WESH, Triece explained that she posts sexually explicit photos to OnlyFans as a way to support her family and spend more time with her two children. She said, “I wanted to still be involved. 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. They’re everything to me.”
When our reporter reached out to Orange County Public Schools, a spokesperson stated that they do not comment on potential or pending litigation.
Who really is Victoria Triece?
Victoria Triece, is a 30-35 year old model and entertainer from Orlando, Florida. Known online as “Snooks,” she has made a name for herself in the modeling industry, particularly on Instagram. However, it was her decision to join the adult content platform OnlyFans that truly propelled her to fame.
Victoria, who is of mixed white ethnicity and identifies as Christian, completed her schooling at a local private school in her hometown. Her modeling career began with photoshoots posted on Instagram. She then joined OnlyFans and started to gain some real fans.
On the platform, Victoria posts sassy photos and premium videos for her fans, and it didn’t take long for her popularity to skyrocket. She charges a monthly subscription fee of $16.14, with options for three and six month subscriptions at $39.88 and $74.06, respectively.
While OnlyFans and modeling have proven to be a successful source of income for Victoria, it has also caused her some trouble. Recently, she was banned from volunteering at her children’s school, which was a big blow to her as she wanted to be involved in her kids’ lives.
Victoria has decided to take action and is now suing the school district for invasion of privacy and civil sexual cyberharassment, as photos of her were allegedly shared with staff, employees, and the press without her consent. She is also fighting for change, to prevent other parents from going through a similar struggle.
“I want a change. I don’t want any parent at all to ever go through this. It’s not, to me, it’s just not fair at all,” she said.
As the legal case continues, we will have to wait and see what the outcome will be for Victoria and her fight for change.
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