A Christian school in Florida branded an OnlyFans mom a “sinner” who will face the “judgment of Christ” after it expelled her children over the woman’s X-rated career.
Michelle Cline, who is known on the online platform as Piper Fawn, refused to remove a sticker on her car promoting her sexy page, resulting in her children’s expulsion.
She was previously banned from dropping off her kids at Liberty Christian Preparatory School (LCP) because she had OnlyFans ads plastered on her vehicles.
“I felt like when they asked me to park off campus, I immediately obliged,” Cline told the New York Post.
“I never had my car on campus again, and then it’s like that wasn’t enough, and they had to take it a step further,” she continued. “I just feel like taking it out on the kids wasn’t really fair.”
A letter from the private school’s board told the Cline family that the children’s enrollment would be immediately terminated due to their mother’s decision to promote her “pornographic website” to children “via vinyl lettering and images on your vehicles.”
Cline and her husband were accused of being sinners because of their explicit content, which earns them up to $20,000 a month, the Post reported.
The school’s head, Jeremy Thomas, defended the decision, insisting it was needed to “protect the innocence of children.”
“Pornography is a vice and a sexual sin that destroys lives and breaks up marriages,” Thomas said.
“The negative impact of pornography on youth can result in future long-term relationship issues.”
“Consuming, producing, distributing, or advertising pornography is inconsistent with the teachings of the Bible, the Church, and LCP,” Thomas added.
Cline said her family had been involved with the church and school for over five years.
“I’m the same person that was, three years ago, sitting in church service,” she said. “I haven’t changed. It’s just something that I’ve chosen to be more open with.”
Cline added: “But I definitely get singled out now because people are like, ‘Oh, no, she does that.’ It’s like, ‘I’ve been doing this. It doesn’t make me a different person.’”
The school told Cline that she and her husband could re-enroll their children but would have to jump through a few hoops, including removing the stickers from her car and cutting ties with OnlyFans.
Cline would also have to verify in writing that she took those measures and that she had a “desire to sincerely seek repentance and restoration.”
Cline and her husband, however, have chosen to move to another neighbourhood and home-school their kids.