Mum hits back after OnlyFans success labelled 'disgusting'

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A woman who claims to make $195K a month thanks to the subscription site OnlyFans has revealed some of the horrible bullying and backlash she has faced as a result of her online success.

Tiffany Poindexter, from Northern California, is a mum to three boys, and says she has been bullied by other parents from her local area, so much so they reportedly tried to have her children 'kicked out' of school.

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Tiffany Poindexter first started an OnlyFans with her husbane in 2019. Photo: Amy Heather/Jam Press/Australscope

"Someone came across my account and suddenly I had mums from school texting me and leaving voicemails saying I had to leave the school," Tiffany told Jam Press.

“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.

“We were called a load of names; apparently it was 'disturbing, disgusting, horrifying' and 'my children should be kicked out!'”

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Tiffany first started her account in 2019 as a way to spice up her relationship with husband Chris, 49, after the couple began experiencing marriage problems.

Known online as Mrs Poindexter, she quickly rose to the top of the rankings – earning $17,000 in the first month alone – for posing in lingerie while doing “regular mum activities” like cooking or cleaning.

“I felt pretty unsexy when I went through early menopause," Tiffany admitted, explaining it all started with a bikini photo on Reddit.

"It was a sexy secret between me and my husband that was so exciting and fun. It’s something we just completely fell into, we had no idea how successful it would become."

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Tiffany first started her account as a way to spice up her relationship. Photo: Amy Heather/Jam Press/Australscope

However, the family live in an affluent area made up of a close-knit Catholic community and claim to have received considerable backlash from people who don’t approve of their OnlyFans account.

And things took a dark turn in July 2020 when neighbours and parents from the couple's children’s school found out about their online activities.

Fortunately for the couple, the school principal reportedly chose not to get involved at that time.

“I was taken aback by this, as the implications are offensive as much as they are ironic, and it does make me sad," she said, adding it wasn’t just the children’s education that the other parents tried to hinder.

They reportedly also wrote to the local priest and bishop, as well as made a secret Facebook group to gossip about the family.

“It hit me in the gut every time I heard something new. In the very beginning, I thought I was going to have a nervous breakdown.

“It was just so intrusive, it was something that was supposed to be a secret in our marriage.

“They think I must be having sex with all these men and I’m not! It’s just a hot sexy wife fantasy.”

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She is known online as Mrs Poindexter. Photo: Amy Heather/Jam Press/Australscope

Husband Chris also contacted the school’s superintendent directly to set things straight.

“It’s a pretty tame account. I think they have this misconception that she must be making sex tapes but there’s nothing like that," he said.

“The judgement towards us is so offensive and really isn’t worth all this drama."

The couple do their OnlyFans content around full-time jobs and raising their three young children - three boys, aged eight, 10 and 12.

Chris helps his wife take pictures when the kids are busy or asleep and Tiffany answers messages from fans early in the morning.

"It’s not too hard even with the kids, although sometimes the screaming and fighting can be heard on an end-of-day video and she has to re-do it, or I have to crop the sound," Chris said.

They say they earn a six-figure monthly income from the platform but still see Tiffany’s modelling as a hobby, and put most of the money into savings but have still treated themselves to a holiday and new car.

“We just put most of the money into our retirement fund," Tiffany said.

“We took a really nice vacation to St Thomas, US Virgin Islands two months ago but it was honestly our first one ever.

"We never even went on a honeymoon!"

To add to their success, Tiffany and Chris have recently been approached by a reality TV production company for a potential show that could start filming in May.

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