Known as “Mrs. Poindexter” on the OnlyFans app, mom Tiffany Poindexter makes an astounding $150K a month selling photos and videos taken by her husband.
But trouble began brewing when other parents at their children’s school found out.
The 44-year-old said they began a campaign to get her three kids kicked out of the school when 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 told JamPress.
“We were called a load of names; apparently it was ‘disturbing, disgusting, horrifying’ and ‘my children should be kicked out!’”
Poindexter claims the principal decided not to get involved. Crystal reveals how livid she was in response to her OnlyFans photos, which were leaked to Sacred Heart Parish School in Sacramento by other parents.
“My kids are really good and all this is doing is hurting them,” Crystal, says. “Take me down, that’s fine, but leave my kids out of this.”
“I didn’t want to be put out there, but at some point, I have to stand up and say I can’t take it anymore because this behavior is horrible,” she adds.
“We cannot discuss the status or circumstances of any member of our school or parish community,” Sparks says.
OnlyFans is a subscription-based platform where users can sell access to their photo and video content —- some of which are explicit. Crystal says she and her husband of 14 years, Chris, started using the platform in September of 2019 after going through marital issues that was headed towards divorce.
“I was missing that intimacy we had, and a lot of it was because I was going through menopause,” she explains. “No matter what you do, you don’t feel attracted or sexy… so we tried different things to spice up our marriage.”
And while she was open to using the platform — Crystal didn’t believe anyone would subscribe, arguing: “No one is gonna come see a mom, that’s ridiculous.”
But it was her “mom-next-door” image that appealed to her followers.
“The first month was $14,000 and we were like, ‘What!?'” Crystal recalls, noting that she and Chris now make $150,000 per month for daily photos and posts, all of which are “pretty tame” and do not include pornography.
“It’s a way that I can work on our intimacy and I can live out my fantasies,” she explains. “In doing these pictures, it gives you the self-confidence where I’m like, ‘I do feel sexy again.'”
“It has made our relationship so much more better in the intimacy part and the bond of our marriage has gotten stronger,” she adds.
In July, things became problematic for the couple when a dad from Sacred Heart Parish School stumbled upon Crystal’s OnlyFans page, Crystal says. He told his wife, who eventually spread the news around the school.
Soon, Crystal says, a group of community moms went after her, bringing the photos to the school and relentlessly urging that her sons be kicked out.
“Their whole strategy from day one was, ‘I’m gonna take you down,'” she says. “It was gut-wrenching, having them send my photos to school saying, ‘This is disgusting and this is gross.'”
“I don’t put my site out there. You have to look for it. It’s also not hurting anyone, and none of their business,” she continues.
In addition, Crystal alleges the moms printed out all of her photos from OnlyFans and sent them anonymously in a packet to the principal, bishop and the church.
After learning of the packet — the family wrote a letter to the superintendent explaining the situation and offered to show the OnlyFans page to prove that Crystal’s content was not pornographic, but never received a response.
“It was disheartening, especially because it was a very raw email and laid out all the reasons why we were doing this,” the mom of three reveals, adding how she was eventually removed as a second-grade class mom by the school following parent concerns.
And after months of back and forth, Crystal received an email last Saturday stating how her sons were officially expelled.
The mom revealed how her sons, who are 8, 10 and 12, are “upset” about the decision but do not know anything other than “mom is a big internet model.”
She also alleges the school stated how they are changing their handbook to include a part about how “any parent who is involved in a site or blog that goes against teachings of the church and school philosophy must be removed.”
“We are an average couple just living our lives but this whole mentality of harassing a mom to get her kids out of school, I have a hard time wrapping my head around that,” she shares.
Crystal says she and Chris are looking into different schools for their sons, but will most likely put them in public school.
“Our goal is to put them back in Catholic school but I don’t see that happening. They won’t allow them in this diocese, and is this really the place for them to be?” she explains. “It’s clear that they said we don’t want you.”
Ultimately, she hopes her story will encourage women to treat others equally and with respect.
“In the year 2021, here we are, trying to bring a woman down for her choices and what she does with her husband,” Crystal says. “It’s body shaming and bullying all encompassed into one and it’s such a double standard and disturbing.”
“I’ve never gone in other people’s business and I’m not judging you for your choices,” she adds. “If women could just support each other, the world would be such a better place.”
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Mamas Uncut is THE online place for moms. We cover the latest about motherhood, parenting, and entertainment as well – all with a mom-focused twist. So if you're looking for parenting advice from real parents, we have plenty of it, all for moms from moms, and also experts. Because, at the end of the day, our mission is focused solely on empowering moms and moms-to-be with the knowledge and answers they’re looking for in one safe space.