Orange County classroom volunteer banned from some school activities for OnlyFans, Twitter accounts

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — A mother of two and elementary school volunteer says she has been banned from any school activities after appearing on the adult site OnlyFans and the adult-access section of Twitter, according to her attorneys.

Victoria Triece, a 30-year-old mother of a 5- and 10-year-old at Sand Lake Elementary, has been banned from any activities where she would be in contact with children at the school, according to a news release.

Triece started as an “Additions School Volunteer” at Sand Lake Elementary with Orange County Public Schools at Sand Lake Elementary about five years ago. She makes her living posting photos on videos on OnlyFans, where people can pay a subscription to view the content.


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Those two worlds collided earlier this month when an anonymous email from a parent about her work had the school ban her from participating in any activities where she would have access to children.

“Everything I devoted myself to was ripped out of my hands with no proper reason,” Triece said.

Triece’s attorneys state in a news release that she “has never appeared on school property in other than normal every day and school appropriate clothing, as contrasted to her private online videos and pictures.”

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“She has been lauded and praised by teachers and parents alike over the years for her volunteer efforts and her dynamic participation in school activities,” the news release states.

Her attorneys state in the news release that Triece “has no arrests in her background. Regardless, OCPS has decided to ostracize, persecute, and effectively ban her without legal justification and without any due process. The Orange County School authorities are acting as the morality police, which is apparently alive, well and endorsed by OCPS educators, regardless of Ms. Triece’s constitutional and legal rights.”

“Where does that stop, what authoritarian mentality that allows somebody to point a discriminatory finger and say we don’t approve of you and you can’t be around children,” said Mark NeJame, Triece’s attorney.

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Triece’s attorneys are threatening legal action, and she wants to be reinstated and receive $1 million from the district because of the embarrassment and impact on her life.

“(If) I’m not hurting anybody, and I’m not affecting anybody’s day, then it’s somebody’s choice to do something that’s fully legal,” Triece said.

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Jeff Deal

Jeff Deal, WFTV.com

I joined the Eyewitness News team as a reporter in 2006.

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