DATELINE: TAVARES, Fla. – A Central Florida woman said she has been forced to drop her children off a block from their school because her vehicle displays an ad for OnlyFans, an online subscription site that includes explicit adult content. Michelle Cline says the school is making her park across the street, which forces her kids to cross a busy road, go down a sidewalk, and walk through the parking lot to get to school.
Michelle Cline said she advertised her OnlyFans account on her vehicle to draw more attention to her business, WFTV reported. It attracted a whirlwind of criticism from parents at Liberty Christian Preparatory School in Tavares, located 41 miles northwest of Orlando.
“It’s not just a tiny little emblem on the back of a car,” Lexy Thomas, a parent of one of the school’s students, told the television station. “It is taking up the entire back windshield of two vehicles.”
Cline goes by the name Piper Fawn to promote her adult content. She has a large decal that stretches across her vehicle’s back windshield to promote her OnlyFans account. She says her adult content is her business and her way of life. “My husband and I had this, you know, little wild, you know, behind-closed-doors lifestyle that we’ve now decided to share,” she said.
But other parents at Liberty Christian Prep don’t want their children seeing any advertisements for that kind of content. Lexy Thomas is one of those parents. “That’s a distraction to my children,” Thomas said. “And no matter how poorly or how good I parent, porn is there, and that’s kind of the first thing they’re seeing when they’re going into a place that should be educating them.”
Other parents say there’s an easy solution to the problem – Cline should just take the decal off her car.
“And that one seemed like an easy thing to say, for sure,” Cline said. “But for me, you know, it supports my family, this provides a very comfortable way of life for us. And it’s legal, you know, I pay taxes just like everyone else but I’m not breaking the law. I just offended people.”
Piper Fawn says she wants the school, at the very least, to provide someone to help her kids get across the street safely.