California mother of three said school administrators expelled her three sons from their Catholic school after discovering her OnlyFans account.

NBC affiliate KCRA said Crystal Jackson's -- better known as Tiffany Poindexter or Mrs. Poindexter in the platform -- growing success on the adult, subscription-based platform OnlyFans drew flak from parents at Sacred Heart Parish School in Sacramento.

According to the New York Post, a group of parents allegedly proposed a plot to have her three kids dismissed from the school after finding Poindexter's account last summer.

The California mom said that parents from the school printed and mailed pictures from her OnlyFans to her children's kindergarten principal. They were often named several names like "disturbing, gross and terrifying" and officials should expel her kids from school.

Though she clarified the reason why she created an account on the adult social media site to rekindle her and her husband's relationship as they were going through a challenging period. She makes more than $150,000 a month selling links to naughty pictures and videos taken by her husband, Chris.

The Jacksons told that they wrote a letter to the school superintendent. She explained the situation and offered to show the superintendent the OnlyFans page to prove Crystal's OnlyFans post was not pornographic at all.

However, Sacred Heart's principal Theresa Sparks sent an email on Sunday informing the mother that her children would not be able to return to school anymore.

"Your apparent quest for high-profile controversy in support of your adult website is in direct conflict with what we hope to impart to our students and is directly opposed to the policies laid out in our Parent/Student Handbook," Sparks said in an email obtained by KCRA.

"We, therefore, require that you find another school for your children and have no further association with ours," added the email, which the school principal signed.

According to the mother, her sons are "upset" about the school's decision. Still, she doesn't go into detail about the situation other than to say that "mom is a big internet model."

The school is also tweaking some rules on its handbook. It will add a section saying that "any parent involved in a site or blog that goes against [the] church and school philosophy must be removed."

Meanwhile, Sacred Heart Parish School also declined to share any specifics about the case.

Crystal Jackson, who also goes by The Real Mrs. Poindexter online. Instagram/@the.real.mrs.poindexter

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