Department of Defense youth teacher says she was fired after man exposed her OnlyFans content


The Department of Defense’s STARBASE program teacher that was fired last month has spoken out, claiming a man with a ‘vendetta” was behind the exposure of her racy content.

According to STARBASE, 40-year-old Sarah Juree previously earned an Elementary Education degree from the Indiana University of South Bend, and had previously worked at Healthworks! Kids’ Museum.

The self-proclaimed women’s empowerment and sexuality advocate blames a local blogger for losing her teaching career.

She says a man with a “vendetta against teachers” took screenshots of her naked pictures from OnlyFans and shared them on Facebook.

While they may have been behind a paywall, Juree advertised her OnlyFans page on her public social media accounts.

According to the Post Millennial, her OnlyFans account username is “Buttercup,” the same name she allegedly had her students refer to her as.

But she claims she only started OnlyFans with the help of a friend to help her out of poverty, according to the Daily Star.

“She was mentoring women on how to create a revenue stream and many women in my area signed up at the same time,” she told the British publication.

“As a teacher and single mom, I was in a poverty cycle.”

For her, there was no other choice. She says she exhausted all other sources of earning extra income before turning to pornography.

“I had tried many side hustles: teeth whitening, sublimation, group exercise, keto training, reading tutoring but was not able to outwork my financial situation,” she said.

After she turned to pornography, a local blogger who believes pornographers should not be teaching children, infiltrated her OnlyFans.

“He stole and used copyrighted images of me from a private DM on Onlyfans and distributed my nude photos all over Facebook which is illegal.

Later, her employer informed her that her side work “posed a real and immediate risk of harm to the reputation or business dealings of the company.”

According to the STARBASE Indiana website, “At DoD STARBASE students participate in challenging ‘hands-on, minds-on’ activities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). They interact with military personnel to explore careers and observe STEM applications in the ‘real world.’ Indiana’s Starbase program provides students with 25 hours of stimulating experiences at military installations in Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, South Bend and Gary Indiana.”

“I loved my job and was an exceptional teacher,” she said.

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