A long-time volunteer at the Florida elementary school where her children attend is contemplating legal action after being barred from the campus earlier this month because of her work on pornographic websites. This is according to News 6 in Orlando.
The model had been an ADDitions School Volunteer at Sand Lake Elementary School in Orlando for the previous five years, according to a news release from Victoria Triece’s law company NeJame Law. The school where a worried parent allegedly outed her to authorities is where her 5- and 10-year-old kids go to school.
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Triece has amassed over 100k followers on Instagram in addition to her large following on OnlyFans. Except for the fact that her two children are five and ten years old, little is known about her personal life. More than 24k people follow her on Twitter, where she is active under the handle @victoriasnooks.
Most of her online stuff, according to reports, is not suitable for work (NSFW). On her OnlyFans account, there are 850 posts that have received 177,000 likes. Triece vented her ire on Twitter following her exclusion.
Model Onlyfans Snooks Vents on Twitter
Victoria vented her outrage on Twitter after learning that she couldn’t volunteer at her children’s school because of her line of work. The photographs that the mother of two gave to the school came from paid content, and she has a private OnlyFans account. She wrote on Twitter, “It’s really horrible how someone stole paid content from my onlyfans and gave it to my kids’ school.
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You don’t have to agree with me or like what I do, but it’s just plain wrong to take such drastic measures. And if you want to view the email that was sent about me or hear the narrative about how I am currently prohibited from being around children in the school building as a result of this email, it’s all over the press right now, she continued in her subsequent tweet.
Mother Plans a $1,000,000 Lawsuit Against the School District.
According to Mark NeJame, Victoria’s attorney, they want to sue the school district for at least $1 million.
The lawyer commented on the claimed occurrence, asking what authoritarian mentality would allow someone to point a discriminatory finger at someone and declare, “We don’t approve of you, and you can’t be around children.
That starts to be scary Victoria, meanwhile, claimed to have “excellent relationships” with other parents and students and claimed to be “humiliated.” She continued, “Neither I nor anyone else should be worried about what another parent does.