Mom’s ‘OnlyFans’ Car Decal Gets Her Banned from Dropping Off Kids at School: 'I’m Not Breaking the Law'

Michelle Cline said officials at the Florida school told her that she couldn't drop her children off at the main entrance as long as the decal was visible

A Florida mom is claiming that the private Christian school where her kids are enrolled won’t let her park on their property because her car has an OnlyFans decal.

Michelle Cline, whose alias is “Piper Fawn” on the subscription-based website, told ABC affiliate WPLG-TV that officials at Liberty Christian Preparatory School in Tavares said she could no longer be able to drop her children off at its main entrance due to the “windshield”-sized decal for the website she has on her car’s back window.

“I was forced to have to, you know, take it off or not come on campus,” Cline told the station, referring to her car’s decal. “And that one seemed like an easy thing to say for sure. But for me, you know, it supports my family, this provides a very comfortable way of life for us. And it’s legal, you know, I pay taxes just like everyone else but I’m not breaking the law, I just offended people.”

Cline said her OnlyFans link contains explicit content, Fox affiliate WOFL-TV reported.

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Despite having the sign visible on her vehicle for two years, it has only been recently that the school has told her she can’t park near its entrance, Cline said, and that her “kids are getting singled out.”

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"I find it hard to believe that there is that many parents and there are that many kids that are paying attention to my vehicle every morning," Cline told WOFL.

A representative from Liberty Christian did not immediately return PEOPLE’s request for comment.

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In an email from the school to Cline obtained by WOFL, school officials said that if she covered up the sign, she would be able to resume drop-off at the front door.

"I am requesting that you respect our request to keep the advertisement off campus," the email read. "If you'd like to bring your vehicles on campus, please cover up the decals. If you'd like to park off campus, you are welcome to do so."

Cline’s husband’s vehicle also has an OnlyFans decal, per WOFL.

The mother told the station that she realizes she may not win the battle over her decal, but that she hopes the Liberty Christian will take safety measures since her kids now have to cross a busy street to get to the school.

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