A Florida mother-of-two by the name of Victoria Triece, age 31 – she goes by “Snooks” on OnlyFans, according to the New York Post – has reportedly filed a lawsuit against Orange County Public Schools.
The lawsuit alleges that, in 2021, the district banned her from volunteering in her child’s classroom, due to her activity on the website.
Triece’s two children attend Sand Lake Elementary. NeJame Law is representing her in the case, Click Orlando reports.
“It doesn’t define my whole life,” the outlet quotes her as saying, with regard to her activity on the site. “That’s a part of my life, but it’s not my life of being a mom or being a parent.”
Who is Victoria ‘Snooks’ Triece? Age and career of OnlyFans mom
Age 31, Victoria Triece is a mother of two young children.
When Click Orlando first reported on her claim that her school board had banned her from volunteering at her kids’ school, she was 30. That was in October 2021. She has since turned 31. Victoria “Snooks” Triece will turn 32 on March 31, according to her Twitter bio.
For the five years leading up to October 2021, Triece was part of Orange County Public Schools’ ADDition volunteer program. The Orlando Sentinel writes that she would organize parties and help children with lab assignments as part of her work with her now 11-year-old son’s class.
“I always wanted to be involved in that aspect of life,” Heavy quotes her as saying. “My mother did it for me and having her there was the best joy growing up.”
Triece goes by the name Snooks on OnlyFans, where she has posted over 1400 pictures, close to 200 videos and boasts more than 250,000 likes.
Her children are her ‘whole life’
When she became a mother, Click Orlando quotes Victoria Triece as saying – which she would have done around the age of 20 – her children became her “whole life.”
“So I wanted to obviously be involved in every part of their world,” she reportedly said at an October 2021 news conference. “Whether that’s at school, at home, in just everything.”
She added that she was still able to volunteer in the classroom of the younger of her two children, who is about six years old. However, she had to do so virtually, “sitting behind a screen.”
“I buy all the stuff,” she said, “I get brought in or taken in, and I plan whatever parties they need to donate whatever they need to the class whatever they need for the parties. I do it all, but I do it all like a robot, you know? Sitting behind the screen, trying to manage everything,” she said.
What reasons has she given for the lawsuit?
The main reason she says she has chosen to file a lawsuit against Orange County Public Schools is for other people like her, who make their money in comparable ways.
“I can only imagine who’s been through this and couldn’t fight it,” she says, per Click Orlando. “And they’re going to be told one day they’re going to have somebody that just doesn’t agree morally with what they’re doing.
“And they’re going to have somebody do the same situation. I don’t think any mom, any dad, anybody in the position that I’m in should be going through that.”
Victoria Triece says her activity on OnlyFans “doesn’t define [her] whole life.” It’s just a part of her life, she adds, “but it’s not my life of being a mom or being a parent.”
At what age did Florida OnlyFans model Victoria ‘Snooks’ Triece start making content for social media?
She joined YouTube in December 2015, Twitter in July 2016, Instagram in August 2017, and TikTok in late 2019.
Given that she was born March 31, 1991, she would have been 24 when she joined YouTube; 25 when she signed up for Twitter; and so on.
OnlyFans launched in November 2016, and exploded in popularity at the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic. New user and creator accounts reportedly increased by 75% from March to April 2020.
District spokesman Michael Ollendorff reportedly declined to comment to the Orlando Sentinel regarding Triece’s lawsuit. He cited protocol to not discuss active litigation.
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