Young Boys Kicked Out of California Catholic School Because of Mom's 'OnlyFans' Account
Three young brothers were kicked out of their California Catholic school because of their mother's "OnlyFans" account.
Crystal Jackson told People she joined the adult website in 2019 to try to "spice up" her 14-year marriage, saying, "I was missing that intimacy we had." Although making money wasn't her initial goal, within the first month she'd made $14,000 from what she described as her "risque photos" and "sexy stories," and now she and husband make as much as $150,000 a month for her OnlyFans posts, which she described as "pretty tame."
She said the problems began last July when one of the fathers who has children at Sacred Heart Parish School found Jackson's OnlyFans page. Word spread quickly, and Jackson said some of the moms moved to get her sons expelled, including by anonymously sending a pack of her photos from the site to the principal and bishop.
Their months-long campaign was eventually successful, with the school recently telling the Jacksons their sons could no longer attend there. The couple was told in an email, "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."
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