The Blaze reported that a preschool teacher was recently fired after it emerged that she recorded sexual content in a school bathroom and uploaded it to a pornographic website.
According to the website, Brenna Percy was let go last week from Wolf Swamp Road School in Longmeadow, Massachusetts.
Teacher boasted of being “Naughty at work”
Percy’s dismissal came after the conservative Twitter account Libs of TikTok published a topless photo of her taken in one of the school’s bathrooms.
The picture was captioned with the words “Naughty at work” and also featured a shushing face emoji. The Blaze noted that Percy’s name no longer appears on the faculty section Wolf Swamp Road School’s website.
The Blaze noted that Percy is far from being the only educator to lose her job after being exposed as an OnlyFans performer.
This past November, married Arizona teachers Samantha and Dillon Peer were fired after it emerged that they had recorded sexual activity in a middle school classroom.
Couple says their teaching salaries are not high enough
The Blaze reported that Samantha Peer posted a statement on social media in which she insisted that the couple turned to pornography because their teaching salaries were insufficient to support their two children.
“My children are the most important thing to me, and I’m already spending countless hours outside of my contract time on extra school activities, and I don’t think it’s fair that I have to sacrifice my own children’s time because our professional salary did not pay enough,” she wrote.
Meanwhile, the Blaze revealed last week that a Florida mother has launched a lawsuit after she was banned from volunteering at her child’s school due to being an OnlyFans performer.
“I don’t think any mom, any dad, anybody in the position that I’m in should be going through this,” Victoria Triece was quoted as telling Fox 35 Orlando.
Mother says her exclusion from school is “just wrong”
“[To] be told what you do in your private life will affect you seeing your children in any realm at all. It’s just a, morally it’s just wrong,” Triece insisted.
Mark NeJame is Triece’s attorney, and he told WESH 2, “It’s kind of like the old days of having a scarlet letter on your head.”
“What she was doing, what she does in her off time, it’s not illegal. But yet, we have a morality police with the Orange County School Board and whatever administrators made this horrific decision,” the lawyer continued.
“Nobody knew about it until the school opted to out her,” NeJames insisted. “Until a parent didn’t like what she was doing in her off time and told the school. And then the school recklessly went ahead and distributed these images.”