Florida mom Victoria Triece was banned from volunteering at Orange County Public Schools on Oct. 13, after district administrators found her OnlyFans account. 

Now, the 30-year-old mother of two is planning to sue. 

Triece and her attorney told the Orlando Sentinel Thursday that they plan to seek $1 million in damages from the Orange County school district. 

Victoria Triece Banned for OnlyFans

Triece told reporters that she had been volunteering at Sand Lake Elementary, where her 5- and 10-year-old sons are students, for five years before administrators learned that she ran an account on OnlyFans — a Web platform where subscribers pay for access to pornographic photos and videos. W

The Florida mom said that the district became aware of her account after a parent notified administrators in an anonymous letter earlier this month. 

“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 told reporters.

“I don’t know who was told [about] 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.”

School administrators reportedly told Triece she would no longer be allowed to volunteer at Orange County schools on Oct. 13, but she said she was never given an official notice in writing. 

Triece said that her OnlyFans account, which she’s run for two years, has never been a secret, and noted that she promotes her content regularly on her public Twitter and Instagram pages. 

“She understands that there’s going to be a percentage of parents who are going to be get up into their moral arms and wag their discriminating finger at her and say, ‘We don’t want you around our children,’” her attorney Mark NeJame said Thursday. “Well, they wouldn’t have known about it because she kept it away from the children. You can’t access her unless you’re an adult.”

Victoria Triece is suing Orange County Public Schools for $1 million, after she said the district banned her from volunteering when they discovered her OnlyFans account.
Victoria Triece is suing Orange County Public Schools for $1 million, after she said the district banned her from volunteering when they discovered her OnlyFans account. Photo credit: Instagram

No Comment From School Admins

Orange County Public Schools officials declined requests for comment from the Sentinel and the New York Post, citing “potential, pending or ongoing litigation.” 

Administrators reportedly gave the Sentinel “several documents” detailing guidelines for school district volunteers, but the outlet wrote that none of the guidelines they were shown “explicitly govern what volunteers do off-campus.”

Victoria Triece told reporters she was working through the Orange County Public Schools’ ADDitions program, in which volunteers “ work at the schools of their choice” to “assist teachers in the classroom” and “work with students,” according to the district’s website.

Her lawyers said that the district told them they will still permit Triece to volunteer as a chaperone on field trips, but that she is no longer welcome to work through ADDitions or to volunteer on campus at any Orange County public school. 

Lawyers for Victoria Triece said she was wrongfully banned from volunteering Orange County Public Schools when an anonymous parent showed district officials the Florida mom's OnlyFans account.
Lawyers for Victoria Triece said she was wrongfully banned from volunteering Orange County Public Schools when an anonymous parent showed district officials the Florida mom’s OnlyFans account. Now, she’s suing the district for $1 million. Photo credit: Instagram

Some Parents Support Triece

While Victoria Triece said she felt “humiliated” by the ban, she added that some Sand Lake parents have voiced their 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 told the Sentinel. “I think everybody’s just floored because they’re like, ‘We know you, we know who you are.’”

Triece also told reporters that she had looked forward to volunteering in her sons’ schools since becoming a mother.

“I always wanted to be involved in that aspect of life. My mother did it for me and having her there was the best joy growing up,” she said