Teacher fired for being on OnlyFans now says she's banned from the website
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A science teacher has spoken out after allegedly being removed from OnlyFans, having already been 'pressured' to resign from her job because of her account.
Samantha Peer used to be an eighth-grade science teacher at Thunderbolt Middle School in Arizona.
However, after her students discovered one of her OnlyFans accounts and shared the profile around, Peer was swiftly lost her job.
Peer - also known by her OnlyFans name of Khloe Karter - recently released a video explaining what drove her to make accounts on the adult site.
She has also since claimed OnlyFans has 'deactivated' her accounts.
In a tweet, Peer wrote: "So it seems Onlyfans deactivated both accounts (refunded all customers/subscribers) and is blocking me from making new accounts.
"Where should I set up next?"
A potential reason for why Peer's accounts have been closed could be because of a specific term within OnlyFans' 'Acceptable Use' policy.
The platform states users are banned from 'record[ing] in or broadcast[ing] from a public place where members of the public are reasonably likely to see the activities being performed'.
In her first statement on the matter, Peer explained she took to OnlyFans because her family isn't 'able to survive on [...] two teacher incomes'.
When the school discovered her accounts they placed her on probation, administrative leave and then 'put pressure' on her to resign.
Parents were left fuming, mostly angered by some of Peer's content having been filmed on school grounds.
Lake Havasu Unified School District subsequently released a statement to Arizona Family: "It has come to our attention that students have been airdropping explicit material. The images did not happen during the school day and the person depicted no longer works for LHUSD.
"Please remove all images from your child’s phone and talk with them about the appropriate use of technology."
Peer has since released another YouTube video in response to the messages her initial statement has been receiving.
She says: "The biggest concern I read was a lack of remorse. And I know this was a very big mistake, I've never defended myself saying it was an okay thing to do. Looking back on it I'd never do it again.
"But I'm also a person and I do make mistakes too. Although this was a very big mistake, this isn't who I am and it doesn't define who I will be in the future.
"I've been a teacher for seven years and five of those years were in Lake Havasu teaching eighth grade science."
Peer goes on to explain how she now doesn't feel like she has many options and thinks it'll 'probably be impossible' to get a job in town because of the backlash she's faced.
UNILAD has reached out to OnlyFans for comment.
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