A Florida private Christian school condemned an OnlyFans famous mother as a ‘sinner’ who will face ‘the judgment of Christ’ after expelling her children because she advertised her X-rated account.
Michelle Cline, who goes by Piper Fawn online, was initially only banned from taking her SUV to campus because it advertised her raunchy career.
But her two children were later expelled from Liberty Christian Preparatory School after she allegedly broke the rules before placing a larger advertising sticker on her rear windshield, which she denies.
After banishing his children, school principal Jeremy Thomas justified his decision because their erotic antics are “inconsistent with the teachings of the Bible.”
“Pornography is a vice and a sexual sin that destroys lives and breaks marriages,” the director told the New York Post.
Michelle Cline, who goes by Piper Fawn online, saw her children expelled because she displayed a bumper sticker on her car promoting her Onlyfans account.
Liberty Christian Preparatory School principal Jeremy Thomas expelled his children, justifying his decision because their erotic antics are “inconsistent with the teachings of the Bible.”
The school said Cline ‘mockingly’ added a larger sticker to the back of his car after initial complaints.
He continued: ‘The negative impact of pornography on young people can result in future problems in long-term relationships.
‘Consuming, producing, distributing or advertising pornography is inconsistent with the teachings of the Bible, the Church and LCP.
‘The Scriptures are clear that anyone who causes children to sin will be subject to the judgment of Christ, in the absence of sincere repentance and turning away from sin to Him.
‘Christ came to save sinners and died so that everyone could enter eternal life and experience its joy. LCP wishes to help families nurture and educate their children in the love of God and goodness.’
Cline is not at all shy about promoting her career, which rakes in a staggering $20,000 a month from her videos, which often feature her husband.
She had been openly advertising her OnlyFans account on her car with a window sticker, which sparked the initial issue after several parents at her children’s school complained.
Cline was then ordered to drop her children off across the street, but she told the Post that this was “not enough” and the school decided to expel her children.
The school reportedly offered the chance to re-enroll her children if she removed the sticker and deleted their pornographic profiles.
She said, “I felt like when they asked me to park off campus, I immediately complied.” I never had my car on campus again and then it was like that wasn’t enough and they had to go one step further.
“I just feel like taking it out on the kids wasn’t really fair.”
Cline had clashed with the school board and other parents and was initially ordered to remove her children from a nearby street, but felt they were expelled because that was “not enough.”
Cline had been openly advertising his X-rated business on his car using a bumper sticker, as seen here, but parents at his son’s school rebelled.
When the school told Cline and her husband on February 5 that their children’s spot would be canceled immediately, they said it was because she had “mockingly” replaced a smaller sticker with a larger one on the entire rear windshield. .
She denied doing so and said she had the same promotion on her engine for years.
‘We have been involved with this church and school for over five years. And so it’s funny, we’ve done OnlyFans for a good three and a half years and now, at least two of those years, the stickers are on the car,” he said.
‘I am the same person who three years ago was sitting in the church service. I have not changed. It’s just something I’ve chosen to be more open with.
“But I definitely get pointed out now because people say, ‘Oh no, she does that.'” It’s like, ‘I’ve been doing this.’ That doesn’t make me a different person.’
While she was offered the opportunity to re-enroll her children if she removed her illicit Internet activity, the mother said she has no intention of doing so.
Because the school added in its offer that she would have to “sincerely desire to seek repentance and restoration,” she was offended.
“Excuse my language, but I basically said, ‘kiss my ass,'” he said.
She and her husband have reportedly decided to homeschool their children and are planning to move to a new neighborhood.