Controversial Lib Gets Canned Over Secret Job

Former Washington state NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal, who gained notoriety for misrepresenting herself as a Black woman, has faced yet another setback in her professional life. This time, she has been ousted from her teaching job in Arizona due to her involvement with an OnlyFans account.

The Catalina Foothills School District confirmed that Dolezal, who changed her name to Nkechi Diallo in 2017, is “no longer employed” by the district. She had worked there since August but faced public backlash when her OnlyFans page was discovered on her Instagram profile, alongside links to her book, podcast, and Netflix documentary.

A spokesperson for the district stated that Dolezal’s social media posts violated the district’s policies regarding the use of social media by employees and ethical conduct. The spokesperson clarified that Dolezal was a part-time after-school extended-day instructor and substitute teacher.

According to payroll records, Dolezal worked at Sunrise Drive Elementary School. However, she did not respond to a request for comment regarding her dismissal.

This recent incident is just one in a series of scandals surrounding Dolezal since her exposure in 2014. At that time, it was revealed that she had been falsely presenting herself as a Black woman while leading the NAACP in Spokane and working as an African Studies professor. Dolezal admitted to being “biologically born white to white parents” but identifying as Black.

In 2018, she faced accusations of welfare fraud in Washington state, which she eventually settled. Dolezal has also recently completed the University of Arizona’s Master Gardener program, as noted on her Instagram profile, where she aims to serve as a community educator.

Dolezal’s involvement with OnlyFans, a platform known for adult content, has raised eyebrows as she launched her $9.99-a-month channel in September 2021. Promising fitness videos, “hair-chair” tutorials, and “foot pics,” Dolezal appeared to be exploring a new avenue for her public presence.

However, her association with OnlyFans has ultimately cost her the teaching job she held in Arizona. While Dolezal’s actions continue to spark controversy and public scrutiny, her next move in her ever-evolving public persona remains to be seen.