A mum of three claims her kids have been expelled from school because local gossips discovered her OnlyFans page.
Crystal Jackson, 44, from Sacramento in California, the US, started posting sexy photos to Reddit as a way to spice up her relationship with her husband Chris after the onset of menopause.
Within a year, her amateur saucy snaps had blossomed into a successful OnlyFans page that was earning her around $150,000 [£106,000] a month.
Chris helps his wife take pictures when the kids are busy or asleep and Tiffany answers messages from fans early in the morning.
But things turned sour in July last year after a group of parents at Sacramento’s Sacred Heart Parish School spotted Crystal’s secret online identity as “Mrs. Poindexter” and began a campaign against her.
The group of mums launched a hate campaign, accusing Crystal of having sex with her online fans.
“It was just so intrusive,” she says, “it was something that was supposed to be a secret in our marriage.
“They think I must be having sex with all these men and I’m not! It’s just a hot sexy wife fantasy.”
At one point, the group of mums sent anonymous packages to the school’s headteacher, as well as the local bishop, containing print-outs of some of “Tiffany Poindexter’s” photos.
Crystal’s husband Chris contacted the school in an effort to set the record straight: “It’s a pretty tame account,” he said. “I think they have this misconception that she must be making sex tapes but there’s nothing like that.”
While the school principal decided not to take any action at that time, things have now taken a turn for the worse.
Local news channel CBS13 Sacramento this week obtained a copy of an email that school principal Theresa Sparks sent to Crystal.
It informs her that her three children were being expelled, and that they weren’t even allowed to come back to the school to collect their work.
The message reads: “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.”
“We, therefore, require that you find another school for your children and have no further association with ours.”
Approached by CBS 13, the school declined to comment on the story.
Crystal says that she plans to keep her Only Fans page going, and added that she is applying to send their kids to a different Catholic school.
But, she added, she is concerned that the family might be excluded from her local diocese altogether.