School expels children because of their mother’s OnlyFans account
Crystal Jackson opened an OnlyFans account in 2019 in order to rekindle things with her 14-year-old husband Chris. His page was a huge success. In her first month on the site, the Sacramento, Calif.-Based mother-of-three made over $ 15,000, and now, “Mrs. Poindexter, ”which she runs with Chris, has over 500,000 subscribers and earns over $ 150,000 per month. Recently, however, Jackson has faced backlash on her page from other parents at Sacred Heart Parish School, the Catholic school her children attend. Last weekend, the Jacksons received an email from Sacred Heart saying their family was not welcome.
“It was always, from day one, that you had to quit school, and that’s actually what they accomplished,” Jackson told the NBC affiliate. KCRA, referring to the parents of the Sacred Heart who campaigned for her and her three sons, aged 8, 10 and 12, to be expelled from school and the community.
In the school’s email last weekend, the principal cited an interview Jackson gave to the British tabloid Sun earlier in the month, in which she detailed the harassment she was facing from fellow parents who had discovered her page.
“Someone stumbled upon my account, and suddenly moms at school texted me and left voicemail messages saying I had to quit school,” she told Sun. “Some women in my area actually printed pictures that I posted on my OnlyFans and mailed them to the principal of my children’s school.
Jackson said she and her family were insulted and nicknamed. “Apparently it was ‘disturbing, disgusting, horrible’ and ‘my children should be kicked out!'”
Before the harassment she faced from the school community, Jackson said her OnlyFans account, which features pin-up style photos and “sexy stories” that play up the image of what she and her husband call “the mother next door”, had been a positive, empowering space for her. “You get that confidence in yourself,” she says. “It’s this confidence that you gain that you’re like… maybe I feel sexy, or maybe I’m sexy.”
“Your apparent quest for a high profile controversy in favor of your adult website is in direct conflict with what we hope to convey to our students and is directly opposed to the policies set out in our parent / student handbook,” wrote the director of Sacred Heart in their letter. “We therefore ask you to find another school for your children and to no longer have an association with ours.”
Now Jackson is scrambling to find a school for her three young children and, as she told KCRA, is hoping the judgment and harassment from her peers will end. “I’m still the same Crystal that I was, like two years ago, a year ago, when we had coffee, before you knew it,” she said. “Now you are just judging me.”