A TEACHER who was sacked after parents saw her racy side hustle has now turned it into a full-time job and is chasing a certain type of man.
Sarah Juree from Notre Dame, Indiana, who became famous for her “unfair dismissal” has joined a dating website in search of a “business partner”.
The 41-year-old woman, who taught science to children for more than two decades, was fired after racy photos from her OnlyFans account were leaked and passed around her school.
At the time, the single mum claimed she was forced to market her adult content online in hope of making extra cash because she was stuck in a “poverty loop”.
Following her well-known dismissal, the US woman is now trying to monetise the spotlight that has been put on her.
She has even launched a date-for-hire service called “Notre Date”.
But the woman has now turned to a Sugar Daddy dating website in search of a millionaire mentor.
Sarah told the Daily Star that she recently joined the website as she was only interested in dating rich men.
She said: “I’m trying to leverage this little bit of fame and worldwide media attention I’ve gotten.
“I’ve also kind of been on the sugar daddy sites, I’m really interested in getting a sugar daddy.
“Primarily, I’m looking for business mentorship.”
Besides the added bonus of business support, Sarah has been single for five years and hoped to find a soulmate too.
She said: “I hope to find someone I can have a good time with, who I can have a friendship with, who I can have fun and travel with – I’ve never used my passport.
“I have all these dreams for myself that I feel stuck with and I know that the right person could make them happen.”
However, the former teacher claimed most of the men on the sugar daddy sites were based in Chicago – the two hour drive being an issue.
She said: “It’s the closest big city where there are a lot of opportunities, lots of money and men who are already millionaires.
“I have chatted with some really nice men but it’s hard because I’m a single mom and they’re two hours away.
“The smarter move would be to let the men come here.
“There are certain men already coming here for business so why wouldn’t I put myself out there like ‘hey I’m single’.”
The single mum, however, was not interested in dating apps to aid her quest for love.
She said: “I don’t want to be on Tinder, I don’t want to be on Bumble.
“I feel like I can leverage what I have going for me, lots of guys love that I was the teacher fired for OnlyFans and that I’m a model now.
“So, if that’s what gets my foot in the door and gets me opportunities…”