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The Teacher Who Quit Once Her OnlyFans Account Was Discovered Has Made Her First Million Proving the American Dream is Still Alive

If you're a regular visitor to this site, then by now you're no doubt familiar with the saga of Missouri high school English teacher Brianna Coppage. The SparkNotes version is that she found herself underpaid and over-burdened by student loan debt. And with her husband's blessing, created an OnlyFans account under the alias of BrooklinLoveXXX to help pay the bills. Until someone in her school discovered the account. And rather than, I don't know, help the poor public servant out or simply remain a subscriber and let her live her life, took the hypocrite's way and dropped a dime to the school board, who promptly suspended her. Until Coppage finally decided she'd had enough of being shamed like Hester Prynne (I'm trying to put this in terms a high school English teacher would appreciate), turned in her erase and chalk, and called it a career:

That was a mere 10 days ago, and we've already got confirmation that she made the right move:

Source - The former Missouri teacher who resigned after school administrators found out about her OnlyFans account told Fox News Digital she's made close to $1 million selling porn. …

"I started it, one, to just supplement my income and kind of see what happens and possibly make extra money. Like, I have student loans. I was working on my third degree. So, I also have a master's degree in education, and then I was working on my specialist degree," Coppage told Fox News Digital in an interview. …

Coppage said she's now among the platform's top creators, raking in nearly $1 million since she began the account over the summer.

"I will also say that I have tens of thousands of fans now. And I have, you know, far exceeded my teacher salary for the year," she said. …

The former high school teacher added that if given the opportunity she'd do it again.

"I don't regret it. I still strongly feel that. People are allowed to have personal lives outside of their career. …  she said. "I know for a fact that, one, students are not the ones who found it. They're not the ones who reported it. And they didn't see it until adults posted my link in a community group."

Let this be a lesson to us all, that dreams really can come true. That the self-righteous buttinski parents who not only tried to ruin Brianna, but in their zealotry irresponsibly exposed their own children to her adult content they otherwise would never have seen, not only failed to destroy her, they helped make her rich beyond the dreams of a dedicated public school educator. That they ended up being the best thing that could ever happen to her. 

She's Hester Prynne, alright. If Prynne took that Scarlet Letter, started mass-producing it, and made a fortune with it. If I may make other literary references, she's a female Jay Gatsby, pulling herself from debt and poverty, using her natural talents to make herself a one-percenter. She's Dagny Taggart in Atlas Shrugged, but with private sex acts on a webcam instead of building railroads. 

In this world of profound strife and turmoil, where it feels like the middle class is burdened under a yoke they can never throw off, and the elites who are controlling everything seem indifferent if not downright hostile to the plight of working people, it's heartwarming to know that there's a figure like Brianna Coppage out there to inspire us. If she can do it, then the American Dream is alive and well after all. 

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