Infamous Race Faker Loses Teaching Gig

( – An infamous scammer who pretended to be black as a university professor has ended up in more trouble after she was axed from an elementary school teaching job after the district found she was selling nude content online through the OnlyFans platform.

The Catalina Foothills School District terminated the employment of race faker Rachel Dolezal upon discovering her profile on the adult content platform, News4 Tucson reports, as cited by The New York Post.

The district made it clear that Dolezal’s presence on OnlyFans, which was linked from her public social media profile, was in conflict with the district ethical standards and social media rules.

On the adul content platform, Dolezal operated under the name Nkechi Diallo.

“We only learned of Ms. Nkechi Diallo’s OnlyFans social media posts yesterday afternoon. She is no longer employed by the Catalina Foothills School District,” said district official Julie Farbarik.

Dolezal’s contract with the district, initiated in August and intended to conclude in late May, was abruptly ended.

Dolezal’s venture into OnlyFans was lucrative, with individual posts garnering significant earnings, highlighted by a reported $1,220 from 122 likes on a single photograph, as detailed by Outkick.

Her content offerings on the platform included explicit materials in the form of both photographs and videos.

Dolezal attracted the national spotlight in 2015 when it was revealed that she was white but had pretended to black.

At the time, she was a prominent African Studies professor in Washington State University, as well as the head of the NAACP in Spokane.

In 2019, the race faker agreed to pay $9,000 as restitution and do 120 hours of community service as part of a welfare fraud case in Spokane, Washington.

Since then, Dolezal has faced considerable challenges in reclaiming her career. She has claimed this had her to explore alternative income sources such as OnlyFans.

“I started with applying for all of the things I was qualified for, and after interviews and getting turned down, I even applied to jobs that didn’t even require degrees, being a maid at a hotel, working at a casino,” Dolezal told Tamron Hall in an interview.

“I wasn’t able to get any of those jobs either,” she concluded.