Mom sues Florida school district over ban on volunteering linked to her OnlyFans pages
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Ollendorff declined to confirm whether the images were spread, citing district protocol, though he did say the district hadn’t received the legal complaint as of Wednesday afternoon.
“I was a little bit in shock, honestly,” Triece said. “You’re already in a situation that’s not fair to begin with and ... there’s emails of your images being sent out not only within each other but also to media. It’s just wild to me.”
Triece’s ban made international headlines as the mother of two spoke out against what she said was unfair treatment by Sand Lake Elementary and OCPS. Since then, she said she received an outpouring of support from teachers, parents and others who have followed her case.
Triece said she was inspired to volunteer by her own mother, who did similar work when she was a child. Though she can’t volunteer in person, the 31-year-old still volunteers with her youngest son’s classroom, this time online as he attends school virtually.
“I plan whatever parties they need done and donate whatever they need to the class,” Triece said. “I do it all, but I do it all like a robot, sitting behind a screen.”
Her goal through the lawsuit is to make sure other parents aren’t treated the same way she was.
“It’s just not fair at all,” she said. “I don’t want another mom, I don’t another dad, I don’t want anybody to have to deal with not seeing their child when you aren’t hurting anybody.”
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