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Mum 'banned' from dropping kids off to school after promoting OnlyFans on car

Rhianna Benson

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Mum 'banned' from dropping kids off to school after promoting OnlyFans on car

Featured Image Credit: WPLG Local 10

While we're all here in full support of a nifty part-time side hustle, one mum in Florida has come under fire for her way of making some cash.

Michelle Cline, 35, made the decision to join the adult content-creating subscription site OnlyFans some time ago, hoping the endeavour would bring in some extra income.

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Proud of her online profile - upon which she regularly uploads exclusive, X-rated content - Michelle even decided to attach an advertisement for her account to her car.

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Unaware of why her OnlyFans promotion might cause some offence, Michelle told Business Insider that she even drove her three children to their private, Christian, preparatory school in the vehicle.

It is only now, two years after Michelle - who goes by the name Piper Fawn on the content-sharing site - first attached the promotion to her back windscreen, that she has come under fire from school staff, who have banned her from picking up her youngsters.

Those working at Liberty Christian Preparatory School had allegedly been inundated with complaints from fellow parents, who claimed Michelle's online antics were a 'distraction' to their kids.

The advertisement takes up the whole back windscreen. Credit: WPLG Local 10
The advertisement takes up the whole back windscreen. Credit: WPLG Local 10
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Lexy Thomas - one of the parents in question - told Fox 12 Oregon following the ban: "No matter how poorly or how good I parent, porn is there, and that's kind of the first thing they're seeing when they're going into a place that should be educating them."

But the internet star has refuted these allegations, and instead feels as though these disgruntled parents are projecting their own fears onto their kids.

"I'm not showing any explicit wording or anything that's inappropriate; it's just simply a website," she hit back in conversation with Fox 12 Oregon.

"I'm not going to back down just because somebody complained because they're offended."

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On top of defending the her advertisement - which she also attached to her husband's car - Michelle pointed to the fact that uploading content to OnlyFans is totally legal.

Michelle has argued that her behaviour is totally legal. Credit: WPLG Local 10
Michelle has argued that her behaviour is totally legal. Credit: WPLG Local 10

"I pay taxes just like everyone else, but I'm not breaking the law. I just offended people," she insisted.

Michelle went on to explain how she developed the idea to join OnlyFans.

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"My husband and I had this, you know, little wild, you know, behind-closed-doors lifestyle that we’ve now decided to share," she told the news outlet.

Asked whether she'd be tempted to remove the advertisement from her car to appease school bosses, Michelle went on to hit out: "And that one seemed like an easy thing to say, for sure. But for me, you know, it supports my family.

"This provides a very comfortable way of life for us."

LADbible Group has reached out to Liberty Christian Preparatory School for comment.

Topics: Money, Parenting, US News, Real Life

Rhianna Benson
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