Mom Says Catholic School Expelled Her Sons After Finding Her OnlyFans Page


A mom in California is speaking to PEOPLE after claiming her three sons were expelled from school due to her OnlyFans page.

Mom, Crystal Jackson, says her page was leaked to her sons' Catholic school: Sacred Heart Parish School in Sacramento after other parents found the page. This led to her three sons ages 8,10 and 12 to get expelled.

"My kids are really good and all this is doing is hurting them," Crystal, 44, 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."

PEOPLE contacted the principal of the school but was not provided with any information on the situation. "We cannot discuss the status or circumstances of any member of our school or parish community," Principal Theresa Sparks told the publication.

Crystal says her and her husband of 14 years started using OnlyFans in September 2019 after experiencing marital problems. "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."

The next few months she put up 'risqué photos "20-30 percent of which she says are 'tasteful' nudes," according to PEOPLE. Crystal tells the magazine that he and her husband now make $150,000 a month for photos and posts.

"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."

Crystal's page was only discovered at the school after a dad from Sacred Heart Parish School happened upon her OnlyFans account. He told his wife who spread the news around the school. They even went as far as to print her photos out and send a packet to the principal, bishop and church. "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."

After months of this, Crystal received an email that her sons were going to be expelled from the school.

"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 explains.

Her only hope is to get her children back into school although she doesn't think it's going to happen.

Photo: Getty


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