St. Clair High School Teacher's Briblossom OnlyFans Account Leaked, Faces Suspension

St. Clair High School Teacher’s Briblossom OnlyFans Account Leaked, Faces Suspension

Shockwaves ripple through the St. Clair High School Teacher district as it comes to light that a 28-year-old high school English teacher, Brianna Coppage, has been suspended following the discovery of her presence on the adult content-sharing platform OnlyFans. This development has left both the educator and the community in turmoil.

Teacher’s Revelation

Suspension Amid Investigation

Brianna Coppage, who teaches at St. Clair High School, revealed that she was suspended from her position after facing an interview with two administrators. She disclosed that her access to school email and other software has been revoked as the district initiates a thorough investigation.

In her own words, Coppage described the ordeal, stating, “It was like a dark cloud hanging over my head, like I never knew when they were going to find me. Then, about two weeks ago, my husband and I were told that people were finding out about this. So I knew this day was coming.”

District’s Response

Legal Investigation Underway

St. Clair’s Superintendent of Schools, Kyle Kruse, issued a statement acknowledging the situation, saying, “The district was recently notified that an employee may have posted inappropriate media on one or more Internet sites.” He added that the district has enlisted legal counsel to conduct a comprehensive investigation into the matter.

Kruse further emphasized that actions taken as a result of the investigation will align with board policy and will be carried out under the guidance of legal counsel.

The Teacher’s Perspective

A Second Income Source

Brianna Coppage, who reportedly earned around $42,000 last year as an English teacher, shared that she joined the subscription-based platform OnlyFans during the summer to supplement her teaching income. On OnlyFans, she generates an additional monthly income ranging from $8,000 to $10,000.

Coppage cited the platform’s subscription-based model as a reason for her choice, as it ensures that her content is only accessible to subscribers, offering a layer of anonymity.

She remains uncertain about who alerted the school district to her account but suspects it may have been after she and her husband appeared in recent videos alongside two other OnlyFans artists in St. Louis who possess substantial followings.

In her own words, Coppage acknowledged the potential consequences of her situation, saying, “I’m very aware that I may never teach again, but I know I’m taking that risk. I feel bad about that. I miss my students.”

As the St. Clair school district grapples with this unexpected revelation, it remains to be seen how the investigation unfolds and what actions will be taken in accordance with board policy and legal counsel’s guidance. Stay tuned for updates on this developing story.

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