Teacher sacked and banned from OnlyFans after taking photo inside school
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A preschool teacher has been sacked from her job following a leak of her OnlyFans account, which showed an explicit photograph taken on school grounds.
The leaked photo was posted by Libs of TikTok - a controversial social media page that commonly re-posts left-wing content and parodies it.
The photo of the teacher, from Massachusetts, US, was captioned on the social media page: "BREAKING: Massachusetts Preschool teacher no longer works for Longmeadow Public Schools after LoTT contacted the school earlier this week about this teacher appearing to make OnlyFans content on school grounds."
The first photo is a screenshot of someone with the handle '@hairyboo' posting a snap of them with their top pulled up in what appears to be a school bathroom, along with the caption: "Naughty at work."
The tweet was accompanied by a link to a longer article on the matter.
A representative of Libs of TikTok contacted Wolf Swamp Road School in Longmeadow and has since identified the teacher in question as Brenna Percy.
The page shared a screenshot of email correspondence with the Wolf Swamp Road School, which asked if the school 'approves of this behaviour'.
According to the article, when Libs of TikTok contacted the school for a follow up, the secretary reportedly said: "My jaw is on my desk."
The platform concluded: "This afternoon [January 25], the superintendent contacted Libs of TikTok by phone and said 'she [Brenna Percy] no longer works for Longmeadow Public Schools'."
LADbible has contacted Wolf Swamp Road School for further comment.
Hundreds of people on Twitter have since weighed in on the matter, with some believing that the teacher deserved to be fired.
"Good...that nonsense shouldn’t be happening especially at a school," one wrote, while a second added: "Good! Glad she got fired!"
Another echoed a similar opinion with: "I disagree with contacting people's jobs to get them fired, but in this case, it is their own fault. If you are doing the wrong thing at your job, representing that company, then that is on you."
Others highlighted the issue of revenge-porn and ethical implications at play with the leak: "Imagine being proud of using revenge porn to get someone fired."