Rachel Dolezal, the disgraced former NAACP chapter leader who misrepresented herself as black for years, has been fired by an Arizona school district after officials learned of her OnlyFans page on Tuesday.
Dolezal, who now goes by the name Nkechi Diallo, nearly became homeless after finding herself in financial ruin after she was forced to resign as chair of the Spokane, Washington, branch of the NAACP when she was exposed as a white woman pretending to be black.
Diallo had been employed with the Catalina Foothills Unified School District as an after-school instructor since August 2023 when officials learned of her racy social media content, reported the Arizona Daily Star.
“We only learned of Ms. Nkechi Diallo’s OnlyFans social media posts yesterday afternoon. Her posts are contrary to our district’s ‘Use of Social Media by District Employees’ policy and our staff ethics policy,” district spokeswoman Julie Farbarik told the outlet Wednesday. “She is no longer employed by the Catalina Foothills School District.”
Farbarik confirmed that Diallo was a part-time extended day instructor for kindergarten through fifth-grade students in the district’s Community Schools Program, where she made $19 an hour in a contract set to run through May 2024.
“She was also a substitute with Educational Services Inc., our contracted substitute provider,” the representative added.
The school district did not reveal if they had known about Diallo’s previous identity or history as Rachel Dolezal prior to hiring her.
In March 2023, the hoaxer joined Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs (D) for the signing of an executive order that prohibits race-based hair discrimination, Breitbart News reported at the time.
Today, AZ Gov Hobbs signed The CROWN Act. Great job, Arizona, AAMSAZ, & everyone who has fought to get this passed. CROWN stands for Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural hair. This legislation seeks to end centuries of hair discrimination across the U.S. #CROWNAct pic.twitter.com/UFqzhEyfGW
— Rachel Doležal (@DialloNkechi) March 18, 2023
In 2019, Diallo agreed to pay nearly $9,000 in restitution and complete 120 hours of community service to avoid going to trial on two felony charges of welfare fraud, the Spokane Spokesman-Review reported.
She was accused of scamming Washington’s food and childcare assistance services while failing to report her income, investigators alleged.