Because his mother was on OnlyFans, a boy was suspended from school.

An American mother was enraged when her seven-year-old son was suspended from school because of his mother’s employment.

Sara Blake Cheek of Florida is an OnlyFans star who earns $480,000 per year on the program.

The model told The Daily Star that she was compelled to homeschool her son for a few months after the Sandy Lake Elementary School administration dismissed him solely because a few concerned parents complained about her employment.

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“My son was even suspended from school, and in trying to communicate with the principal, she refused to talk to me or give a reason as to why he was being treated badly simply because I did OnlyFans.”

Sara enrolled her son in a neighboring public school after short home instructing him. He is now on the honor roll.

“They just graduated him out. We homeschooled to make up for the time missed, and he is now enrolled in the public school by our house and making the honor roll,” she told the outlet.

“I also want to note I never fought the suspension. I just wanted to talk to the principal and hold her accountable for not being able to do her job without bias solely based on what a kid deserves without involving his parent.”

The mom-of-four, who lives on her million-dollar ranch in Florida with her husband, Matt, and children Chandler, Camden, Corey, and Carson, said the school’s treatment was humiliating for her and her family.

The 31-year-old model, who also got featured on Playboy’s cover and even appeared on ESPN to share her views about her favorite sport, said it was the worst feeling in the world.

“Having your rights as a mother, a good one at that, taken by someone else for providing, is unimaginably the worst feeling in the world.”

Blake recently expressed his support for another OnlyFans model who was in a similar circumstance.

According to Daily Star, “OnlyFans babe Victoria Triece, a single parent with two sons, spent five years organizing parties and field trips at her boy’s school before a “concerned parent” sent an anonymous email to the principal about her day job.”

Victoria filed a complaint against Orange County Public Schools after being ordered to leave her job.

“The most exciting part of being a mom was to be involved in their lives. That was all I wanted for my kids,” she told the Washington Post.

Sara messaged Victoria after hearing her tale and supporting her decision to speak out against the harassment.

“When Victoria’s story hit, I messaged her because she had found an attorney willing to take on an OnlyFans case,” she said.

Blake added, “I had a similar situation with being banned from my kids’ football organizations because I did OnlyFans. I wasn’t allowed to bring them to practice, watch their games or have any communication with coaches.”

“They erased me from my kids’ lives and humiliated me for what I did in private by exposing that secret.

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