The ex-teacher from Missouri, who stepped down after school officials discovered her OnlyFans profile, shared with Fox News Digital that she's earned nearly $1 million from selling adult content.
Brianna Coppage, 28, previously taught English at St. Clair High School, situated roughly an hour from St. Louis. She was given a leave of absence and later chose to resign when the school became aware of her risqué online venture.
Despite earning $42,000 as a teacher, Coppage mentioned she turned to OnlyFans to supplement her income and assist in clearing her student debt from higher education.
"I started it, one, to just supplement my income and kind of see what happens and possibly make extra money. Like, I have student loans. I was working on my third degree. So, I also have a master's degree in education, and then I was working on my specialist degree," Coppage said during an interview with Fox News.
In September, after two school officials received information about her OnlyFans account, Coppage was given a leave of absence.
"They specifically said they got a report from an adult in the Sullivan School District, and they asked, do I have any other income streams like outside of teaching? And I said, ‘Yes, I do have an OnlyFans.’ They asked how long I had been doing it, if it was during my own time or … anything at school, which I told them."
The ex-high school teacher mentioned that she would do it again if presented with the chance.
"I don't regret it. I still strongly feel that. People are allowed to have personal lives outside of their career. And I've seen a lot of comments like, 'Well, what if the students found it or it's online? People are going to see it.'
"And I don't necessarily disagree with that," she said. "I know for a fact that, one, students are not the ones who found it. They're not the ones who reported it. And they didn't see it until adults posted my link in a community group."
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