A middle school science teacher from Lake Havasu, Arizona, who lost her job after her kids discovered her sexual OnlyFans videos, has been banned from the website. According to the New York Post, Samantha Peer, a former teacher at Thunderbolt Middle School, filmed explicit videos under the identity “Khloe Karter.” On November 14, after the school system learned of her OnlyFans account, she resigned from her employment.
The Lake Havasu City Police Department said it looked into a report that a Thunderbolt instructor was participating in pornography because some of the photos and videos showed the teacher in a classroom-like setting. The department stated that the pictures were taken “presumably on Thunderbolt School Property.”
One day before resigning, Peer said on TikTok that her old TikTok account was banned. She told her Twitter followers that the platform she posted videos to had restricted her from posting content. She explained, “So, it seems OnlyFans deactivated both accounts (refunded all customers/subscribers) and is blocking me from making accounts.”
OnlyFans cited a policy against “uploading, posting, displaying or publishing content on the platform that features sexual activities and was recorded or broadcast from a public place” as the reason for her ban. When Peer’s story became public, she issued a statement acknowledging that she made the explicit content to generate extra income to cover expenses that her and her husband’s salaries could not cover. She also noted that when she set up her account, she selected an alias and restricted access to it for the entire state of Arizona.
Several days later, Peer issued another statement explaining, “The biggest concern that I read was a lack of remorse, and I know this was a very big mistake. I’ve never defended myself saying that it was an okay thing to do. Looking back at it, I would never do that again. But I am a person and I do make mistakes, too.” She added, “although this was a very big mistake, this isn’t who I am and it doesn’t define who I will be in the future.”