As if losing her education job wasn’t enough, a former Arizona teacher who made headlines after being caught using an OnlyFans account was also fired from the site.
Samantha Peer, also known as Khloe Karter, worked with her husband as a teacher in the Lake Havasu Unified School District. However, her educational career ended after the community learned that despite their efforts to avoid detection, the couple was still producing pornographic content on OnlyFans to supplement their income.
“I chose an anonymous name and on OnlyFans to block anyone in Arizona from accessing the entire state,” she said in a video statement in early November. At the heart of the dispute is a video Peer made in class. Pell acknowledged this, but said the video was filmed after school on the weekend, when no children were present.
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On November 13, Peer announced on social media that her OnlyFans account had been deactivated and that she was unable to create another account. The account was still inactive at the time of publication of this report. WFLA has reached out to OnlyFans to confirm Peer’s statement, but the platform said it does not comment on certain accounts, according to the New York Post. Instead, they directed the post to its user guide on public nudity.
OnlyFans’ terms of service state that while they can notify content creators who risk losing their accounts, the site also reserves the right to suspend or terminate accounts “immediately and without notice.” While the site allows some users to create pornographic material for viewers for a subscription fee, there are rules that limit what creators of adult content can do.
The platform prohibits extreme or criminal sexual activity. Regarding content filmed in public places, such as classrooms, content creators could face penalties if recording public nudity is in a country where it is illegal, and if it is in an area where the public “could see ongoing activity” to get out. “
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