Race Faker Rachel Dolezal Fired From Teaching Job After Her Side Hustle is Discovered

Nkechi Diallo, previously known as Rachel Dolezal, was dismissed from her teaching position in Arizona. The 46-year-old, who is a White woman that identified as Black, worked as an after-school instructor.

She was part of the Catalina Foothills School District in Tucson. Her employment at Sunrise Drive Elementary ended following a local news report. KVOA exposed her for posting explicit content on an OnlyFans page.

"We only learned of Ms. Nkechi Diallo's Only Fans social media posts yesterday afternoon. Her posts are contrary to our district's ‘Use of Social Media by District Employees’ policy (attached) and our staff ethics policy. She is no longer employed by the Catalina Foothills School District," Julie Farbarik, the district's director of alumni & community relations, told KVOA on Wednesday.

In 2015, Dolezal became a national topic when her African-American identity was disproven by her parents. They revealed her Czech, German, and Swedish roots. She stepped down from her NAACP chapter leader role in Spokane, Washington, and lost her Africana studies teaching job at Eastern Washington University.

She was also removed from Spokane's police ombudsman commission due to alleged misconduct and rule violations, as reported by the Guardian.

By 2019, Dolezal settled a welfare fraud case with Washington state. She agreed to pay restitution and complete community service.

As of 2021, Dolezal maintained her Black identity claim. In a "Tamron Hall" interview, she discussed her job struggles, her connection to Black culture, and her self-identification as human. "I'm still doing the work, pressing forward, but it's been tough," she stated.

Dolezal launched an OnlyFans page, offering a variety of content from fitness to art discussions. However, explicit material appeared on her page, leading to public sharing.

The principal of Sunrise Drive Elementary informed parents of Dolezal's dismissal. The school acted after discovering her OnlyFans account, which conflicted with district policies. "We are committed to maintaining a professional social media presence," the email concluded.

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