Ex-teacher says she makes more in a month on OnlyFans than she did in a year at school

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By James Kay

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A former teacher has revealed that she earns more money in a month as an OnlyFans content creator than she did in a year working in a school.

Brianna Coppage, 28, had been an educator at St Clair High School for five years but left her teaching career in the wake of a controversy where her OnlyFans content found its way to her employers.

Coppage disclosed her unexpected financial success following her career change, emphasizing that her online content was entirely unrelated to her previous profession as a teacher.

She started her OnlyFans account to supplement her income and help manage her student loans and educational expenses. She explained her motivation, telling FOX: "Teachers typically get further education because it moves us up on the salary schedule, so we can make more money if we have an advanced degree. It was definitely not completely financially motivated, but it was a big factor."

Previously, Coppage was earning a salary of $42,000 as a teacher in a state with one of the lowest teacher pay scales. However, her life took a significant turn when she amassed tens of thousands of subscribers on OnlyFans, allowing her to earn more in a month than she did in an entire year as an educator.

She claims that she has made over $1 million from OnlyFans.

She expressed: "Missouri is one of the lowest states in the nation for teacher pay. The district I was working for is also one of the lowest-paying districts in the state. I feel like times are tough. I have student loans. I have multiple degrees in education, and it would be helpful for extra money."

Since joining OnlyFans, Coppage has managed to pay off all her student loans and credit card debt. She remarked: "Being a teacher, I know I never would have been able to fully pay all of that off."

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Coppage now makes more money on OnlyFans. Credit: Nikolas Kokovlis/NurPhoto/Getty

Responding to critics who questioned why she didn't take a part-time job, Coppage clarified: "Teachers also take all of their work home. We don't get to stop working when we leave the school day. We don't get to grade all 130 students' papers during the day. It's just not possible when you're teaching, so we take that work home with us on the evenings and on the weekends. Getting a second job is really not possible."

Despite her financial success, Coppage expressed regret over the situation, noting that she had taken precautions to maintain her anonymity online. She said: "I know people are saying you taught high school; they were bound to find it at some point. Maybe. I was faceless. I did not use my real name."

The St. Clair R-XIII School District released a statement confirming that Coppage had voluntarily resigned from her teaching position after the school officials were informed of her OnlyFans account.

The statement, as per the Mirror, reads: "First, we wish to confirm that the employee has submitted an unsolicited, voluntary resignation, and has decided to move forward in a different direction. The resignation was accepted by the Board, and the district will obtain a qualified replacement. The educational process for our students will continue without interruption."

The statement also clarified that the district learned about the situation from an external source and that it took all necessary steps to protect the confidentiality of the matter.

Nevertheless, the issue gained media attention through third parties, which disappointed the school district. The district concluded by expressing its commitment to excellence and appreciation for the community's support.

Featured image credit: John Phillips/Getty

Ex-teacher says she makes more in a month on OnlyFans than she did in a year at school

vt-author-image

By James Kay

Article saved!Article saved!

A former teacher has revealed that she earns more money in a month as an OnlyFans content creator than she did in a year working in a school.

Brianna Coppage, 28, had been an educator at St Clair High School for five years but left her teaching career in the wake of a controversy where her OnlyFans content found its way to her employers.

Coppage disclosed her unexpected financial success following her career change, emphasizing that her online content was entirely unrelated to her previous profession as a teacher.

She started her OnlyFans account to supplement her income and help manage her student loans and educational expenses. She explained her motivation, telling FOX: "Teachers typically get further education because it moves us up on the salary schedule, so we can make more money if we have an advanced degree. It was definitely not completely financially motivated, but it was a big factor."

Previously, Coppage was earning a salary of $42,000 as a teacher in a state with one of the lowest teacher pay scales. However, her life took a significant turn when she amassed tens of thousands of subscribers on OnlyFans, allowing her to earn more in a month than she did in an entire year as an educator.

She claims that she has made over $1 million from OnlyFans.

She expressed: "Missouri is one of the lowest states in the nation for teacher pay. The district I was working for is also one of the lowest-paying districts in the state. I feel like times are tough. I have student loans. I have multiple degrees in education, and it would be helpful for extra money."

Since joining OnlyFans, Coppage has managed to pay off all her student loans and credit card debt. She remarked: "Being a teacher, I know I never would have been able to fully pay all of that off."

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Coppage now makes more money on OnlyFans. Credit: Nikolas Kokovlis/NurPhoto/Getty

Responding to critics who questioned why she didn't take a part-time job, Coppage clarified: "Teachers also take all of their work home. We don't get to stop working when we leave the school day. We don't get to grade all 130 students' papers during the day. It's just not possible when you're teaching, so we take that work home with us on the evenings and on the weekends. Getting a second job is really not possible."

Despite her financial success, Coppage expressed regret over the situation, noting that she had taken precautions to maintain her anonymity online. She said: "I know people are saying you taught high school; they were bound to find it at some point. Maybe. I was faceless. I did not use my real name."

The St. Clair R-XIII School District released a statement confirming that Coppage had voluntarily resigned from her teaching position after the school officials were informed of her OnlyFans account.

The statement, as per the Mirror, reads: "First, we wish to confirm that the employee has submitted an unsolicited, voluntary resignation, and has decided to move forward in a different direction. The resignation was accepted by the Board, and the district will obtain a qualified replacement. The educational process for our students will continue without interruption."

The statement also clarified that the district learned about the situation from an external source and that it took all necessary steps to protect the confidentiality of the matter.

Nevertheless, the issue gained media attention through third parties, which disappointed the school district. The district concluded by expressing its commitment to excellence and appreciation for the community's support.

Featured image credit: John Phillips/Getty