Megan Gaither is a woman from Missouri. She is an English teacher and cheerleading coach at St. Clair High school. Gaither was reportedly suspended after appearing in an OnlyFans video.
Megan Gaither Suspension Details
Teacher Megan Gaither Suspended. “Megan Gaither, an English teacher and head cheerleading coach at St. Clair High School, said she had been placed on administrative leave Friday after school officials learned she had appeared in a pornographic video with her former colleague Brianna Coppage. Coppage, 28, a fellow English teacher, told The Messenger last month that she quit her job after the school suspended her for posting on OnlyFans, a website where creators can be paid for content directly.” [Messenger]
Gaither Doesn’t Regret Incident. “Gaither has not decided whether to resign from her job. She said she does not regret appearing in media with Coppage and feels it is “absolutely ridiculous that adults get treated this way for being adults.” “Until this happens to a bunch of people, education doesn’t have change until you force change within the system,” she said. “What we do in our own free time should be of no business to the school.” Gaither and Coppage said that they both began posting content on OnlyFans, a website that allows creators to share photos, videos and messages with paid subscribers, earlier this year. ” [Missourian]
Gaither Made $3,000 to $5,000 Per Month Online. “Gaither said she deactivated her OnlyFans account, which had about 1,500 subscribers, after Coppage’s account was discovered by the district. Gaither said she was making an additional $3,000 to $5,000 a month on the site at the time, but she never showed her face in an effort to remain anonymous. Still, Gaither said, rumors began to circulate at the school when she appeared in a video on Coppage’s account last week. The video did not include Gaither’s face. But it was recorded at a party in a St. Louis hotel room, and when a photo from the party was posted publicly, Gaither was wearing the same costume that she wore in the video.” [St Louis Today]