A mother claims that she was forced to home-school her son when the school found out that she was on OnlyFans.
Sara Blake Cheek alleged that her seven-year-old was banned from his school ‘without a reason’.
The 31-year-old currently lives in a million-dollar home in Florida with her husband Matt and four children, the Daily Star reports.
She claimed to the publication that her son had been ‘treated badly simply because I did OnlyFans’.
The mum-of-four also showed her support for fellow OnlyFans star Victoria Triece, who volunteered for five years at her boy’s school until a ‘concerned parent’ told the school about her job.
She has since filed a lawsuit against the school after claiming that she now couldn’t take part in volunteering.
In her lawsuit, Triece claims that she was ‘instructed’ in 2021 by the principal of Sandy Lake Elementary School that she could ‘no longer be around children on school grounds’.
LADbible has reached out to the Orange County Public Schools and Triece for comment.
“When Victoria’s story hit I messaged her because she had found an attorney willing to take on an OnlyFans case,” Sara told the Daily Star.
“I had a similar situation with being banned from my kids’ football organisations because I did OnlyFans. I wasn’t allowed to bring them to practise, watch their games or have any communication with coaches.
“They erased me from my kids’ lives and humiliated me for what I did in private by exposing that secret.
“My son was even suspended from school and in trying to communicate with the principal, she refused to talk to me or give a reason as to why he was being treated badly simply because I did OnlyFans.
“I am seeing Victoria fight this and bring more attention to the issue of cancelling a mother for providing for her family simply because someone is insecure or wants to label it as bad or negative. It is unjust and awful.”
When talking about how her son got allegedly banned, Sara claimed: “They never gave a reason or responded to us.
“They just graduated him out. We homeschooled to make up for the time missed and he is now enrolled in the public school by our house and making honour roll.
“I also want to note I never fought the suspension.
“I just wanted to talk to the principal and hold her accountable for not being able to do her job without bias solely based on what a kid deserves without involving his parent.”