There are just some things you aren’t supposed to do in class. You know, like chewing gum, for instance, talking back to the teacher, or passing notes.
Or making OnlyFans videos.
All of those things apply to students, for sure. And they definitely apply to teachers. But apparently, two teachers in Arizona never got the memo.
They are actually a husband and wife team, and they both teach. Samantha Peer taught science at Thunderbolt Middle School; husband Dillon Peer taught fourth-grade students at Nautilus Elementary School.
But the lesson they gave had nothing to do with their school topics. (At least, we all hope not.)
Instead, the Peers took part in some X-rated videos, which Samantha uploaded to her OnlyFans page — in which she goes by the alias of “Khloe Karter.”
Alas, her students somehow found the account and shared the news. And it was news that did not exactly sit well with the Peers’ respective schools.
Samantha resigned “under pressure,” she said, and Dillon was canned several days later.
So why make X-rated videos when you have a teaching job? Because the teaching jobs don’t pay enough, Samantha explained in a video.
Samantha explained in a video on YouTube that she was a teacher at Thunderbolt for five years, and despite her dedication to the job, “my salary did not increase.”
Among other duties, she picked up to help make ends meet — coaching softball and mentoring other teachers. But it still wasn’t enough.
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“It got to the point where our family was not able to survive on our two teacher incomes,” she said. “My children are the most important thing to me, and I’m already spending countless hours outside of my contract time on extra school activities, and I don’t think it’s fair that I have to sacrifice my own children’s time because our professional salary did not pay enough.”
She went on to admit that she did indeed create explicit videos in a classroom, and then promoted the living daylights out of it, but added that it took place on the weekend, with no children around.
But had it not been for other teachers who had a “vendetta” against her, the students nor the school would have ever known. It was other teachers, after all, who pointed out Peer’s OnlyFans page to the students, she claimed.
“These teachers were also telling students my anonymous name and showing them my page,” Samantha alleged. “This was also sent to the parents and they decided to do the same thing as well.”
Shortly thereafter the school district sent a note to parents.
“It has come to our attention that students have been airdropping explicit material. The images did not happen during the school day and the person depicted no longer works for LHUSD,” the email said, Arizona’s Family reported.
“Please remove all images from your child’s phone and talk with them about the appropriate use of technology.”