Racial fraud Rachel Dolezal has been spotted for the first time since losing her job as a primary school teacher when it was revealed she had been pocketing thousands of dollars every month as an Only Fans model.
Exclusive images obtained by DailyMail.com show Dolezal, now called Nkechi Amare Diallo, leaving the Tucson, Arizona, apartment complex where he lives with his two youngest children, Langston, 8, and Franklin, 22 .
With her long braided hair visible beneath her hoodie, Dolezal, who has kept a low profile since news of her dismissal from Sunrise Drive Elementary School broke last week, surfaced to meet her youngest son on the school bus, Friday afternoon.
When contacted by DailyMail.com, Dolezal, 46, dressed casually in leggings and a camouflage sweatshirt, declined to comment on her latest scandal.
Rachel Dolezal, who now goes by the name Nkechi Amare Diallo, has come to light for the first time since she was fired from her teaching job after her racy Onlyfans account came to light.
Dressed casually in leggings and a camouflage sweatshirt, the infamous ‘racing faker’ showed up in Tucson to pick up her son from the school bus on Friday afternoon.
The 46-year-old has yet to comment on her firing over her X-rated content, but seemed to be in good spirits despite the scandal.
Instead, he posted a defiant story on his Instagram in which he appeared smiling alongside the words “Keep living.”
Dolezal, who is also an artist, went on to tell her followers who wanted to “support her” that they could buy her art.
And while she stayed ensconced in her home on Wednesday and Thursday, Dolezal was busy posting to her Onlyfans site a collection of Valentine’s-themed photos, videos and other X-rated content for those willing to pay the subscription fee.
School records show Dolezal was on the Sunrise Elementary School payroll as an after-school instructor until her employers learned of her online adult activity.
In an email, Tucson School District Director of Community and Alumni Relations Julia Fairbanks said the district was unaware of the account.
With her long braided hair visible beneath her hoodie, Dolezal has kept a low profile since news of her dismissal from Sunrise Drive Elementary School broke last week.
Dolezal, who also braids her hair to earn money, has claimed in previous interviews that side jobs are the only way she can make a living after she was exposed as a racial fraud in 2015.
After leaving Washington amid scandal, he moved to Arizona, where his eight-year-old son Franklin is studying.
The mother of two, pictured picking up her son, was exposed as a fraud when it was revealed she was trying to pass as black despite being the blonde daughter of a white Minnesota couple.
Writing on Wednesday, he said: ‘Yesterday afternoon we became aware of Ms Nkechi Diallo’s Only fans social media posts. Her posts are contrary to our district’s “Use of Social Media by District Employees” policy and our staff ethics policy.
“She is no longer employed by the Catalina Foothills School District.”
Records show Dolezal had been earning $19 an hour while also selling explicit adult content on the site for $9.99 a month.
And his recent notoriety appears to have increased his earning potential.
While one post in September earned her approximately $1,220 with 122 likes, her recent Valentine’s Day content grossed four times as much with 417 likes, which is equivalent to at least $4,165.
Speaking to Tamron Hall in 2021, Dolezal, who also braids her hair to earn money, claimed that side jobs are the only way to make a living after being exposed as a racial fraud in 2015.
A local journalist turned her in on her in Washington state, where Dolezal had not only risen to become chapter president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), but was also a professor of Africana studies at the University East Washington.
According to records, seen by Outkick, she earns $19 an hour and also sells explicit adult content on the site for $9.99 a month.
Dolezal’s OnlyFans page launched in September 2021 and would reportedly include ‘feet pics,’ hair tutorials, and workout routines.
DailyMail.com has contacted Diallo for comment. She posted to her Onlyfans account early Wednesday with a set of Valentine’s Day-themed photos, but made no reference to her firing.
Both organizations quickly dropped her despite insisting she was “transracial” and clinging to the validity of her claims to “identify” as black despite being the blonde daughter of a white Minnesota couple.
Dolezal suffered further ignominy in 2018 when she was indicted for welfare fraud, perjury, and false verification of public assistance.
Court documents alleged that she had illegally received $8,747 in food assistance and $100 in child care assistance from August 2015 to November 2017.
He settled in a Washington court in April and agreed to pay restitution and complete 120 hours of community service.
Dolezal has since moved to Arizona, where his son, Franklin, is a student.
Images shared on social media by the elementary school show Dolezal in the background
Dolezal, who changed her name to Nkechi Diallo, is listed in Sunrise Drive Elementary School payroll records as an after-school instructor.
In 2015, a local news reporter in Washington “outed” Dolezal after revealing that his Montana parents, Ruthanne and Lawrence Dolezal, were both white. High school photos emerged of Dolezal, before she attempted to present herself as a black woman, with blonde hair (left)
She has appeared in a Netflix documentary and a 2020 documentary about black beauty and remains unapologetic about her claims that she is black.
Speaking in the 2020 article, Subjects of Desire, she called her critics “white supremacist people” and claimed to be “too black” for her black ex-husband, Kevin Moore, whom she accused of “suppressing” her during their four years. marriage.
She went on to claim that she had been described as an “insult” to white women and an insult to black women, but the problem, as she sees it, is not in her behavior but in the fact that she “went further” than the the rest. prepared to do.
She explained: ‘I didn’t want to just be that white ally and do a little bit. I canceled my white privilege. I canceled my hair.’