Science teacher Samantha Peer, who lost her job after her X-rated videos were discovered by students, says she has been facing disgusting threats to her and her young kids over the incident
A teacher who was fired for making racy OnlyFans videos says that since her X-rated clips were exposed she and her family have faced death threats and it’s “not safe” to leave the house.
Samantha Peer, a science teacher at Thunderbolt Middle School in Arizona, US, lost her job after she had her side hustle exposed by students who found a video she had made in the classroom.
The mum-of-two, who since claimed she only filmed the pornographic content under the stage name Khloe Karter to help her financial situation, has now released an emotional clip to YouTube explaining her current situation.
She gushed: “I pay the price every single day, of course I’m remorseful, I miss it a lot.
“I have never asked for sympathy, I just want to move on with my life, this is not where I wanted to be and hurts every day.
“It’s not fair that my name and family have to be dragged across the nation, I have people calling and texting me threatening to come after me, to show up to my house, to go after my four-year-old and seven-year-old, it’s not fair to them.
“Yes I am still advertising because it’s not safe for me to leave my house, I’m guessing it’s probably impossible for me to get a job within town.
“This is what I have to do if my family wants to be fed. I can’t sit and do nothing and let my children starve, that’s heartless.”
Samantha admitted that she loved her job and is gutted that she can never do it again.
She claimed she was a “passionate” and “very good” teacher, adding: “I know this was a very big mistake, but I also am a person and I do make mistakes too, 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.
“Before this incident if you had asked anybody, co-workers or students, I’m confident they would tell you I was passionate and very good at my job.
“I’m very highly qualified to teach what I do, I was very good at teaching science but I also care deeply about my students.
“I care for them as much as I care for my own two children.”