OnlyFans mum in school scandal claims kids created fake accounts and shared pics

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A mum whose children were expelled after other parents discovered her OnlyFans page claims other kids created fake accounts and shared her pictures around.

Crystal Jackson’s three sons were kicked out of Catholic Sacred Heart in Sacramento, California, the US, earlier this month after a group of mums sent some of her raunchy photos to the headteacher.

The 44-year-old, who is known as Tiffany Poindexter online, originally set up the profile in 2019 with husband Chris – and is now making hundreds of thousands of dollars a month.

On Sunday, February 28, Crystal shared a new picture with her Instagram followers and smiled for the camera.

One user asked: “So did the kids whose dads were enjoying looking at your sexy pics expelled? Oh wait no double standard.”

Crystal responded: “Nope. Neither were the moms’ kids that created fake IG [Instagram] and paid for my OF [OnlyFans] page and took pics and passed them around town.

“It’s all double standards.”

Crystal, who is also a computer engineer, earlier claimed one of the dads eventually decided to tell his wife.

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Word of her saucy exploits spread quickly and a group of mums then decided to send print-outs of some of her scantily-clad photos to the school’s headteacher and a local bishop.

In an email obtained by CBS 13 Sacramento, the school’s principal Theresa Sparks told Crystal: "Your apparent quest for high profile controversy in support of your adult website is in direct conflict with what we hope to impart to our students.

"We, therefore, require that you find another school for your children and have no further association with ours."

Before her kids were expelled, Crystal said she and her husband were given less than 24 hours notice.

Crystal explained: ”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.

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"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."

Crystal plans to keep her Only Fans page going, and is applying to send their kids to a different Catholic school.

However, she is concerned that the family might be excluded from her local diocese altogether.

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