Arizona teacher Samantha Peer banned from OnlyFans
A Lake Havasu, Arizona, science teacher who was fired after her students stumbled upon her OnlyFans pornographic videos has been banned from the platform.
Samantha Peer, the former Thunderbolt Middle School teacher who created graphic videos under the alias “Khloe Karter,” resigned from her position on November 14 after her OnlyFans account became aware of the school district.
The Lake Havasu City Police Department said it was investigating an anonymous tip about a Thunderbolt teacher who engages in pornography, and some of the images showed her in a classroom-like setting.
Police said in a statement that the images were “believed to be on the Thunderbolt School grounds” and they were investigating whether any laws had been broken.
A day before her retirement, Peer posted on TikTok that her old TikTok account was suspended. She also took to Twitter to let her followers know that the platform she was posting videos on was blocking her from posting more videos.
“So it appears that OnlyFans is disabling both accounts (refunding all customers/subscribers) and preventing me from creating accounts,” said Peer, aka Khloe Karter.
When asked for comment, OnlyFans didn’t comment on specific accounts, instead suggesting looking at its policy prohibiting the production of sexual content in a public place.
The policy prohibits users from uploading, posting, displaying or publishing on the platform any content that contains sexual activity and is recorded or broadcast from a public place.
Anyone violating the acceptable use policy may be banned from the OnlyFans platform.
Peer did not respond to inquiries about the ban this week.
When Peer’s story went public, she released a statement admitting she created content to earn extra money on the side to pay for the necessities that her salary and that of her husband couldn’t pay.
When she created her account, she said she chose an anonymous alias and blocked the entire state of Arizona from accessing her account.
Three days later, Peer followed up with another statement.
“The biggest concern I read was a lack of remorse, and I know that was a very big mistake,” she said. “I never defended myself that it was okay to do that. Looking back, I would never do that again. But I’m human and I make mistakes too.
“While this was a very big mistake, I’m not like that and it doesn’t define who I will be going forward,” Peer added.