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Florida mom can’t drop kids off at Christian school because of vehicle’s OnlyFans ad

Rickey Stokes

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Date: Feb 02 2024 2:20 PM

A Florida mom who creates adult online content has been told she can’t park in front of her kids’ Christian school because of a large ad on the back of her SUV promoting her adult content.


According to multiple media outlets in central Florida, Michelle Cline, whose adult content persona is “Piper Fawn,” has been told by officials at Liberty Christian Prep she has to park her SUV and its large “OnlyFans” ad on the back windshield across the street.






Liberty Christian Prep is a private school in Tavares, Fla., about 40 miles northwest of Orlando

OnlyFans is an online site for content creators, known primarily for its adult, sexually-explicit content, but also available for other users. Cline has the large OnlyFans decal on the back of her vehicle promoting her OnlyFans account. Subscribers pay $13.99 per month for access to her adult content.


“My husband and I had this, you know, little wild, behind-closed doors lifestyle that we’ve now decided to share,” Cline told WFTV in Orlando.




Cline said the school’s orders to park across the street force her kids to cross a busy street, down a sidewalk and through the school parking lot to enter the school. The school’s action came in the wake of other parents voicing complaints.








Lexy Thomas said the ad on Cline’s vehicle was promoting porn and noted its large size.






“It’s not just a tiny little emblem on the back of a car,” she said. “It’s taking up the entire (rear) windshield.”






School officials and other parents have said the solution to the problem is a simple one -- Cline can simply remove the decal. But she said her OnlyFans content helps provide for her family.






“And that one seemed like an easy thing to say, for sure,” Cline said. “But for me, you know, it supports my family, this provides a very comfortable way of life for us. And it’s legal, you know, I pay taxes just like everyone else but I’m not breaking the law. I just offended people.”






Cline also said if the school is going to force her to park across the street, they should provide a crossing guard to get her kids across the street safely.


Florida mom can’t drop kids off at Christian school because of vehicle’s OnlyFans ad

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