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April 23, 2024

Teacher, Formerly Known As Rachel Dolezal, Loses Job Over OnlyFans Account

Dolezal, a white woman who identified as Black for years before changing her identity to Nkechi Diallo, was dismissed in Arizona.


The Arizona-based educator formerly known as Rachel Dolezal has been fired from her job in a local school district owing to content made on her OnlyFans page.


According to a report from News4 Tucson, Dolezal, who legally changed her name to Nkechi Diallo in 2016, has been teaching in an elementary school in Arizona since August 2023.


According to Julie Farbarik, the district’s director of alumni and community relations, she was fired this week after her OnlyFans account was discovered to be “contrary to our district’s Use of Social Media by District Employees policy and our staff ethics policy.” The account was linked to Diallo’s public Instagram profile.


“We only learned of Ms Nkechi Diallo’s OnlyFans social media posts yesterday afternoon,” she told sources. “The Catalina Foothills school district no longer employs her.” The district did not immediately respond to our request for comment.


Diallo is best known for the issue surrounding her racial identification; she identified as a Black lady for years and even ran the local chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People (NAACP) before her parents publicly revealed her whiteness in 2015.


Diallo, who previously taught African studies at Eastern Washington University, opened an account on OnlyFans in 2021 due to job insecurity following the scandal.


In the intervening years, she has posted 600 times, sharing hundreds of paywalled adult movies and photographs. Diallo was not immediately available for comment.


Diallo’s is not the first case in which an educator was fired or resigned because of OnlyFans content. In 2023, a Missouri teacher’s account was found and publicized on Facebook, leading to her suspension and resignation.


Some say that teachers’ involvement in OnlyFans highlights the financial challenges they experience, as the typical school teacher earns $66,745 per year, and 40% of all education professionals make less than $25,000 annually.


During the pandemic, OnlyFans, a subscription-based pornographic content platform, saw a surge in popularity from 1 million global producers in 2020 to 3 million by 2023. OnlyFans creators earn an average of $151 per month, with some top accounts earning up to $5.4 million annually.

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