A Florida mom is vowing to sue a school district for $1 million for being barred as a volunteer because of her racy OnlyFans account.
Victoria “Snooks” Triece, a 30-year-old mother of two children at Sand Lake Elementary School, was told earlier this month she could no longer take part in Orange County Public Schools’ ADDition volunteer program after an anonymous letter from a “concerned parent” outed her, her attorney said Friday.
She was “stripped” of the chance to “participate in her children’s lives with no legal or constitutional justification,” Triece’s attorney, Mark NeJame told The Post. “What happened is somebody who took the posture of being a moral guardian wrote a letter to the school and without notice she was unceremoniously dumped from being a volunteer.”
Triece had been volunteering in the district for five years and passed a background check to do so. She can no longer volunteer at the school, but is allowed to chaperone field trips with her 5- and 10-year-old sons, NeJame said.
“The school, I guess, is scrambling to clean up their mess,” he said, adding that OCPS officials told Triece prior to a press conference Thursday that she could still be involved at the school in that capacity.
Triece told reporters she has been on OnlyFans for more than two years and never took steps to hide it. She also has Twitter and Instagram pages with up to 123,000 followers. All of the profiles feature the heavily-tattooed young blonde in sultry poses.
“Nobody has the right to judge what other people do for a living,” Triece said at the press conference, WESH reported. “I feel judged, and so isolated.”
Triece said she feels “humiliated” that someone felt the need to expose her online presence.
“No one else should be concerned about what another parent does,” Triece said. “I just love spending time with my kids and I have a great relationship with other parents and students.”
A school district spokeswoman declined to comment on Triece’s dismissal when reached by The Post Friday, citing “potential, pending or ongoing litigation.”
But none of the guidelines for the volunteer program explicitly state what volunteers can do while not on campus, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
“One minute of my job a day is not my whole life, it’s not my life of being a mom or being a parent,” Triece said, adding that other parents at the school are supporting her. “I think everybody’s just floored because they’re like, ‘We know you, we know who you are.’”