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Infamous race hustler Rachel Dolezal now working at elementary school while doing OnlyFans
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Infamous race hustler Rachel Dolezal now working at elementary school while doing OnlyFans

Rachel Dolezal, former NAACP chapter president known for pretending she was black, has popped up again for working at an Arizona elementary school while posting sexual content on subscription website OnlyFans.

Photos have surfaced — obtained by OutKick — of Dolezal working at Sunrise Drive Elementary, where she reportedly has worked as an after-school instructor.

Dolezal officially changed her name in 2018, however, to Nkechi Amare Diallo, which reportedly means "gift of God," according to Bustle.

The educator is seemingly sharing that gift on the website synonymous with pornography, OnlyFans. For $9.99 per month, subscribers are promised "creative content" and a more "intimate look" into Dolezal's life.

"Meet Rachel Dolezal, former leader of the NAACP who resigned in disgrace after pretending to be black. She changed her name and is now a teacher in Catalina Foothills School District, AZ.," wrote popular account Libs of TikTok on X. "She’s also very active on OnlyFans and links her OF in her public Facebook profile. Would you want this person teaching your kids?"

According to an alleged personnel report from the school district, Dolezal is employed under the name "Nkechi Diallo" for $19 per hour as an "After School Instructor."

Other images have revealed the details of some of her explicit content she has posted to her subscribers. These included a "double penetration video" and a "butt plug" video. Similar video descriptions — which are troubling given that she appears to work with small children — included "oral dildo simulation," along with "the FOOT video."

Images acquired by the New York Post show Dolezal's racy photos as well as her working with small children who appeared to be studying earth and/or soil.

Dolezal, now Diallo, was entrenched in scandal in 2015 after she was exposed as being a white women allegedly pretending to be black.

Appearing on the "Dr. Phil" show in 2017, she told the famous psychiatrist that she believed "race is a lie" and that she couldn't take sole responsibility for her scandal.

"As much as I'd like to take ownership for everything, I can't because I didn't actually start the narrative of 'she's a liar, she's a con, she's a fraud.' I mean think that really is what blew it up. How I was living my life was not some kind of open invitation for people to kind of just initiate their hate and pick on me," she told host Phil McGraw.

"It's like I try to go back and think is there something I could have done differently? Is there a point where I could have said 'this is my whole backstory'? I can't go back and point to one thing that I would have done differently," she added.

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Andrew Chapados

Andrew Chapados

Andrew Chapados is a writer focusing on sports, culture, entertainment, gaming, and U.S. politics. The podcaster and former radio-broadcaster also served in the Canadian Armed Forces, which he confirms actually does exist.

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