Mum, 32, who set up OnlyFans page after being cleared of sex with boy, 14, has account suspended but vows 'I'll be back'

A MUM who set up an OnlyFans page after being cleared of having sex with a 14-year-old boy has had her account suspended, but vowed: “I’ll be back.”

Teah Vincent, 32, had pledged to use the page – where subscribers pay to view X-rated pictures – to “tell her side” of what happened.

Last week, Teah was found not guilty of knowingly having sex with the underage boy after just one hour and four minutes of jury deliberation.

She told The Sun Online how being accused of underage sex had “wrecked” her life and claims she’s received an onslaught of abuse from trolls.

Teah revealed on Tuesday that she had started her own account on the saucy subscription site – and would soon be posting "lots" of content.

Announcing the page, she posted a selfie on Instagram with her middle finger up and wrote: "I want to get my side out and that will be through this website."

But last night it appeared her OnlyFans account had been deactivated – and she told “fans” on Instagram that it was being checked by moderators. 

She also posted a picture of film-star Arnold Schwarzenegger from his role in the Terminator and told her thousands of followers: “I’ll be back.”

OnlyFans, which has around 80million users, allows adult performers to charge subscribers to see their videos.

Despite the subscription website being known as a place for the public and famous faces to make money off posting saucy content, Teah told her followers earlier this week: "I'm not getting into porn."

Speaking about the ordeal last week, Teah told The Sun Online: “This has wrecked my life.

"It’s also wrecked any chance I would have had of a career. I’m too embarrassed now to do anything.

“I feel hot-headed and emotional.

“I just want to put all my energy now into my children and look after them.”

Teah burst into a flood of tears after jurors cleared her at Gloucester Crown Court last week.


She then posted a picture of herself celebrating the news on Facebook, writing: “Not guilty. Thank you everyone that stood behind me and believed me it’s been the hardest two years of my life.

“Welcome 2021 for me and my kids.”

But Teah told how she has been abused on social media despite the not guilty verdict.

She said: “I’m getting abuse on Facebook like you wouldn’t believe. It’s all so hurtful and wrong.

“I’ve got people on Facebook I’ve never met telling me I’m a bad mother and that is really upsetting because my kids are my world.

“The fact is I’ve been acquitted by a jury and people need to respect that."

“It’s time for me to try and rebuild my life and just get on with it.”

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