A California woman who peddles sexy snaps and videos online said her three young kids have been kicked out of a Catholic school because of her activity, according to a report.
Crystal Jackson – known as Tiffany Poindexter, or “Mrs. Poindexter” on the OnlyFans app – claims to rake in more than $150,000 a month selling access to naughty photos and videos taken by her hubby Chris.
But her seductive venture has landed her in hot water at her kids’ Sacred Heart Parish School in Sacramento, which she said has expelled them, CBS Sacramento reported.
The principal said the family is no longer welcome at the elementary school — and even barred them from picking up the children’s belongings, according to the news outlet.
Jackson said a group of moms discovered her site last summer and started a campaign to get her kids kicked out of the school.
At one point, the group sent anonymous envelopes including her explicit material to the diocese and principal, the CBS station reported.
“They wanted my kids removed who are innocent to this whole thing,” Jackson said. “Now it’s kind of like we got caught, here is our secret life exposed.”
The station said it obtained a copy of an email sent to the Jacksons.
“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,” according to the message cited by the outlet.
“We, therefore, require that you find another school for your children and have no further association with ours,” added the email, which was reportedly signed by Principal Theresa Sparks.
The school would not comment to CBS13 about the matter.
Jackson said she would continue to post on her OnlyFans page and that the couple is applying to send the kids to another Catholic school, but is worried they may be banned completely by the city’s diocese.
The mother said her seductive venture began with a post on Reddit as a way to spice up her romance with her hubby.
“Someone was like, ‘Hey why don’t you start an OnlyFans?’” Jackson told CBS13. “We’re like, ‘What the heck is that?’”
Her husband said they “think of it as artistic or sultry and sexy and fun and playful but certainly nothing hardcore,” Fox 19 reported.
Crystal, who was removed as the second-grade “room mom” two weeks ago, said: “You’re taking these innocent children, and you’re punishing them for something you don’t agree with.”