Rachel Dolezal Fired From Elementary School After Only Fans Surfaces

In 2015, Dolezal was accused of faking being black for personal gain.
BRAZIL - 2021/10/27: In this photo illustration, the OnlyFans logo seen displayed on a smartphone and in the background. (Photo Illustration by Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
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Rachel Dolezal, a white woman who was famously accused of faking being black, has been fired from an Arizona elementary school after her OnlyFans came to light.

Dolezal, 46, was employed as an after school teacher at Sunrise Drive Elementary School in Tucson, but she has now lost her job there, an email from the school district shows.

Dolezal’s public social media page linked to her OnlyFans account.

“Yesterday afternoon, we received information that a Sunrise Drive employee had an OnlyFans account, which had content that was contrary to our district’s staff social media use and ethics policies. That person is no longer employed by the Catalina Foothills School District,” the school district wrote in an email to parents.

“We are committed to maintaining a learning environment where our presence on social media is consistent with our professional obligations,” the district said.

Back in 2015, Dolezal made national headlines when her background as the child of white parents came to light. She was accused of faking being black for personal gain, even changing her appearance and voice accordingly.


The revelations resulted in Dolezal losing her position as head of the NAACP chapter in Spokane. She was also dismissed as an African studies professor at Eastern Washington University.

Dolezal eventually admitted she had been “born white to white parents” but said she identified as black.

Her parents confirmed at the time that they were Caucasian and “primarily European descent, though there’s a small amount of American Indian.”

In 2017, Dolezal changed her name to Nkechi Diallo, which means “gift of god” in West African.

Payroll records reported earlier this week by Outkick indicated Dolezal was making $19 an hour at Sunrise Drive Elementary. Photos posted on Facebook show Dolezal working with small children.

Meanwhile, her OnlyFans sells for $9.99 a month, and some of her posts get more than 100 likes.

On her OnlyFans, she advertises content like an “18-image explicit collection AND a video of self-pleasure to orgasm under the Christmas tree,” as well as “35 pics of DaBoo-Tay & 2 videos of the TaTa’s.”

Dolezal can be seen posing in explicit pictures, including one where a picture of a black Santa Claus hangs on the wall in the background.

Despite Dolezal’s controversial history, she showed up in March to Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs’ (D) signing of an executive order banning racial discrimination based on a person’s hair.

Notably, Dolezal did not always claim to be black. In 2002, Dolezal sued Howard University, a historically black school, alleging that she was denied scholarship funds because she was white.

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