More mums caught up in OnlyFans scandal at school where three kids were expelled

More women are said to be involved in the scandal that has seen three children expelled over their mum's racy OnlyFans account.

Crystal Jackson, 44, from Sacramento in California, claims her kids have been kicked out because she posts steamy content online.

She started uploading sexy photos to Reddit as a way to spice up her relationship with her husband Chris after the onset of menopause.

But within a year, her amateur saucy snaps had blossomed into a successful OnlyFans page and 'The Real Mrs Poindexter' now has thousands of paying fans across the world.

She says she is earning her around $150,000 [£106,000] a month – and refuses to close the account.

But the Catholic school where her three kids go found out and they were instantly told to leave.

Now it has been reported than three more women are involved and also sell sexual content online.

CBS13 say women with children at both Jesuit High School and Sacred Heart Parish also posted on Only Fans.

But the network claims the kids are still enrolled in their schools.

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Things turned sour in July for Crystal after a group of parents at Sacramento’s Sacred Heart Parish School spotted the parent online – and began a campaign against her.

She said: "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."

She says she and her husband Chris were given less than 24 hours notice that their three boys were no longer welcome in class.

"We are incredibly shocked, upset, and unsettled. We received an email at 8pm [on Sunday, February 21] saying our kids were no longer welcome at the school and they should not return from Monday.

"They were very confused and shocked – we told them it was us the school didn't want there, not them.

"We said it's nothing to do with you at all, they just don't like mom's online modelling – but they don't really know what that is.

"They were very upset and cried over losing their friends. We were close to tears ourselves but you have to keep it together for them."

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