An OnlyFans mum who says her kids were expelled from school over her job is giving away money 'as she now makes too much'.
Tiffany Poindexter, from California, claims to pull in more than £108,000 ($150,000) a month on her OnlyFans account where she uploads naughty pictures and videos taken by her husband Chris.
Since her job became public, she has slammed parents of fellow students at her children's school, who Tiffany claims reported her.
But now Tiffany, 44, has claimed some of those same parents are following her OnlyFans account - which is raking in so much money she is giving it away to charity.
The mother-of-three, real name Crystal Jackson, said it has "blown up", reports LadBible.
She said: "I'm going to donate some money, because I'm like, we don't need all this money right?
"We're gonna have to find something to do with it. We didn't go to the press for all this money so I just don't feel comfortable having all this, it's just weird."
The California mum to boys aged eight, 10 and 12, said she set up the OnlyFans page as a way to feel more sexy after going through early menopause.
But when it proved a huge hit, she and husband Chris put more effort into delivering content for followers.
While some of the money will go to charity, Tiffany says she has treated herself to a new car - and taken her family on their first holiday ever.
Tiffany claims that a group of parents arranged a campaign to get her children 'kicked out of school' after her account was discovered last summer.
"Some women from my area actually printed out pictures I posted on my OnlyFans and mailed them to the principal of my children’s school," she said.
"I reckon most of the husbands have taken a look at Tiffany’s account," said Chris. "Maybe that’s why these women have such an issue with us."
But then the couple received an email telling them the children would not be allowed back to school.
Tiffany explained: "We received an email at 8pm Sunday night saying our kids were no longer welcome at the school and they should not return from Monday.
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"We thought; what are we supposed to do now? We are incredibly shocked, upset and unsettled."
The news left the children "very upset" at the thought of not being able to see their friends and teachers again, and the parents said they found it difficult to explain.
The mum added: "We sat the kids down and said, 'Hey we can’t go back to school'.
"They were very confused and shocked – we told them it was us the school didn’t want there, not them.
"We said it’s nothing to do with you at all, they just don’t like mum’s online modelling – but they don’t really know what that is.
"They were very upset and cried over losing their friends."