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Christian school expels 6 children of Florida woman who complained about OnlyFans ad on parent's car
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Christian school expels 6 children of Florida woman who complained about OnlyFans ad on parent's car

A Christian school in Florida expelled 6 children of a woman who complained about an OnlyFans ad on another parent's car after her children were expelled as well.

Michelle Cline was banned from dropping off her kids at Liberty Christian Prep School in Tavares after another parent, Lexy Thomas, complained that she was advertising pornography on her car window.

Cline's children were later expelled from the school.

On Wednesday, Thomas told WOFL-TV that her six children were also expelled from the school over her complaints.

"[A] student may be expelled as a result of [a]parent or student causing unresolved disharmony and conflict with staff or other parents," read the letter from the school provided to WOFL.

"Matthew 18, starting in verse 15, tells Christ followers how to approach conflict with other believers. LCPS believes that standard was not met, which led to your concerns being made public worldwide," the letter continued.

Cline had previously defended her ad by saying that she was doing nothing illegal.

"I don't feel I should be judged for what I am doing," she said.

"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," she added.

She went on to admit that the account had explicit adult content.

The school told Cline that she would be allowed to drop off her children if she took the ad off of her car, but she refused and reportedly made the ad even bigger.

The school told Thomas that they would reconsider allowing her children back to the school if she deleted posts on social media related to the controversy and stopped gossiping but she refused.

"I think they created disharmony within the community by allowing for pornography to be advertised for two years on private Christian school grounds," Thomas told WOFL.

"I feel like as a Christian institute, you have to make a stand for Biblical truth, if that's what you're gonna proclaim," she added.

A spokesperson for the school refused to comment about the story when asked by WOFL.

Cline said that she earns about $20,000 per month from her OnlyFans account.

“My husband and I had this, you know, little wild, you know, behind-closed-doors lifestyle that we’ve now decided to share,” she added.

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Carlos Garcia

Carlos Garcia

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Carlos Garcia is a staff writer for Blaze News. You can reach him at cgarcia@blazemedia.com.