Mum on OnlyFans abused by parents who printed pics and told kids to leave school

An OnlyFans model claims other mums tried to get her kids kicked out of school after discovering her account.

Tiffany Poindexter, 44, from Northern California, the US, starting sharing pics in 2019 and quickly became one of the site's most successful stars – earning around £110,000 every month.

However, her popularity has apparently triggered a local backlash.

Tiffany lives in an affluent area made up of a close-knit Catholic community along with her three boys, aged eight, 10 and 12, and husband Chris, 49.

She said: “I felt pretty unsexy when I went through early menopause.

“One of the things we tried to make our marriage more exciting was posting a picture of me in a bikini on Reddit.

“It was Chris’ idea, and it became so popular that all these people started asking for more – so we set up an OnlyFans and I just blew up.

Things took a dark turn in July 2020 when neighbours and parents from the couple's children’s school found Tiffany’s OnlyFans.

The mum claims they called her names and even printed out some of her photos and emailed them to the principal.

She said: “Someone came across my account and suddenly I had mums from school texting me and leaving voicemails saying I had to leave the school.

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“Some women from my area actually printed out pictures I posted on my OnlyFans and mailed them to the principal of my children’s school.

“We were called a load of names; apparently it was 'disturbing, disgusting, horrifying' and 'my children should be kicked out!'”

Fortunately for the couple, the school principal reportedly chose not to get involved at that time.

However, Tiffany claims she was removed as the second grade "room mother" due to the complaints.

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She said: “I was taken aback by this, as the implications are offensive as much as they are ironic, and it does make me sad.”

According to Tiffany, it wasn’t just the children’s education that the mums tried to hinder.

They reportedly also wrote to the local priest and bishop, as well as made a secret Facebook group to gossip about the family.

Tiffany said: “It hit me in the gut every time I heard something new. In the very beginning, I thought I was going to have a nervous breakdown.

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“It was just so intrusive, it was something that was supposed to be a secret in our marriage.

“They think I must be having sex with all these men and I’m not! It’s just a hot sexy wife fantasy.”

Despite the recent experience, the couple continue to work on Tiffany's OnlyFans and their children still attend the school.

Chris believes this is because he contacted the school’s superintendent directly to set things straight.

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He said: “It’s a pretty tame account. I think they have this misconception that she must be making sex tapes but there’s nothing like that.”

Tiffany and Chris claim there is a dedicated group “harassing them” for “no good reason”.

The couple do their OnlyFans content around full-time jobs and raising their three young children.

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Chris helps his wife take pictures when the kids are busy or asleep and Tiffany answers messages from fans early in the morning.

He said: "The routine is really simple – I’ll prep 10-12 pics at some point, and she’ll upload them in the morning with her captions and schedule them to drop each hour throughout the day.

"She’ll mix in prepared sexy pics (like a lingerie shoot) with what she’s doing at the moment.

"And she does an 'after work' video of undressing from work clothes and summarising what happened that day – which is probably consistently the most popular thing she does.

"She’ll answer messages all day as there are a lot and you can’t let them pile up or it gets crazy.

"It’s not too hard even with the kids, although sometimes the screaming and fighting can be heard on an end-of-day video and she has to re-do it, or I have to crop the sound!"

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