‘I had to quit teaching for starting OnlyFans account – but my wages weren’t enough’

A teacher who lost her job because of her OnlyFans account says she needed the extra cash to top up her wages. Jennifer Ruziscka, 50, was an English teacher in Springfield, Ohio, USA, for almost 30 years.

But she had to quit when the school found out about her “pornographic/sexually graphic website” on OnlyFans and Fansly. She got into trouble in January and could have been punished because what she did on those websites broke the rules of being a teacher.

Jennifer told Fox News that she had to start making adult content because she didn’t have enough money. Her two businesses were not doing well.

Jennifer said: “Those businesses required a great deal of time and dedication to flourish, which would’ve required me to cut back on the level of commitment to my classes and my students that I was known for upholding.

“Running an OF site was quite simple in that I could set aside 20-30 minutes a night to produce content to post and then resume the three to four hours of work I so routinely brought home with me every night.”, reports the Mirror.

She also said she had debts on her credit cards and still had to pay off her house and car. When she started a Fansly account, she quickly made five times more than she did after a month on OnlyFans.

“Just when I thought I could breathe a sigh of relief that there was now an additional source of income to help me close the financial gap that was growing larger every day,” she said.

“I was informed that the district was aware of my after-hours activity and was put on paid administrative leave,” she said. “Just like that, a 28-year career with the same school was now in jeopardy.”

Jennifer admits a friend of hers, who was aware of her financial hardship, told the school district of her x-rated accounts which has left her devastated. However, she has refused to name them.

She added: “Knowing firsthand the agony and heartache associated with losing a place of employment, I cannot bring myself to [disclose the friend’s name and] avenge that level of betrayal. That is not who I am nor who I ever wish to be.”

Jennifer admitted that since leaving her classroom, each day “has contained a sense of sadness, emptiness, and heartbreak.”

“I genuinely loved entering that building, excited about what I had planned for that day, as the energy in my classroom was electric, the camaraderie among my students was contagious, and the personal and academic growth was gratifying,” she added.

The teacher’s last day was January 26 this year after she was placed on administrative leave following the allegations.

“Springfield Local Schools was made aware of allegations where one of its teachers was participating in conduct unbecoming of a professional educator,” said district Superintendent Matt Geha. “That teacher was put on administrative leave as of Monday, January 29, 2024, with the last day in the classroom Friday, January 26, 2024.”

An investigation started into the teacher on January 26 and it found the stories were true. The superintendent wrote in a letter to the Ohio Board of Education on February 2 that “the evidence was secured with guidance from the district attorney”.

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