Several teachers have been fired after sharing their OnlyFans page links with underage students, but should the law get involved?
Non-binary middle school teacher fired after sharing their free OnlyFans page link with students a resource page on the class’s private network. Parents want law enforcers involved.
A progressive Californian teacher was fired after their student revealed that they were openly sharing their OnlyFans accounts with underage middle school student on the class’s intranet.
The teacher, who allegedly identifies as non-binary person with male genitalia, included a link to their OnlyFans account on the classroom resource page on the classrooms private network.
One student alleged that the teacher’s OnlyFans page was free and the content posted on the main page was X-rated.
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Teacher links to adult site in student email.
This is not the first time a teacher has been exposed sharing inappropriate content with their underage students.
Hattie Grimm, a male-to-female transgender art teacher from Brookfield Central High School in Wisconsin hyperlinked her pronouns to LGBTQ resource site that sold sex toys and graphic fetish guides.
Although the school did not discipline Hattie Grimm, Brookfield Central art teacher, they did update their policy regarding email signatures.
“This week, the Disctrict deployed a standard email signature expectations for all staff members to create a uniform approach to sharing contact information with students, families and our community,” the email read.
“The expectations follow common email protocols established across the industry, and are intended to reflect the professional work of our staff as their engage with others.”
The Wisconsin high school turned a deaf ear to the concerns of the families and parents of their students and Hattie Grimm continues to work there.