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CA Mom’s $150K/Mo. Career Outed When Sons’ Friends’ Dad Finds Her Pics

Mum "bullied" after school parents discover her pic site

NEWS.COM.AU – A mum who sells sexy snaps online has been shamed by fellow parents who started a campaign against her raunchy career move.

Tiffany Poindexter, of California, makes more than $150,000 a month selling [nude] content, taken by her husband, to the subscription-based app OnlyFans.

[Tiffany Poindexter’s photos are copyright protected; even if they weren’t, we would not be able to show them here.]

However, the mother-of-three claims that after some parents discovered her account last year, they began a petition to have her kids kicked out of the school.

“Some women from my area actually printed out pictures I posted on my [page] and mailed them to the principal of my children’s school,” the 44-year-old said.

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“We were called a load of names; apparently it was ‘disturbing, disgusting, horrifying’ and ‘my children should be kicked out!’”

The mum, known as “Mrs Poindexter” on the app, said despite the backlash, the couple have continued with the account, branding the campaign as a sign of “jealousy”.

She also said her three boys, aged eight, 10, and 12, still attend the school.

“I reckon most of the husbands have taken a look at Tiffany’s account,” husband Chris Poindexter said.

“Maybe that’s why these women have such an issue with us.”

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Chris described the account as “pretty tame”, adding, “I think they have this misconception that she must be making sex tapes but there’s nothing like that.

“I wrote to our school’s superintendent about everything we were doing. I told him that it all started as a personal thing between me and my wife.”

Many have taken to social media to defend the mum, saying there is “nothing wrong with her hustle … ” Click source below to read more. 

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