Rachel Dolezal, a former NAACP leader in Washington state who gained notoriety for falsely claiming to be Black in 2015, is once again in the spotlight for a new controversy.

Now going by the name Nkechi Diallo after legally changing it in 2016, she has been terminated from her position by the Catalina Foothills Unified School District in Arizona due to her OnlyFans account, as confirmed by NBC News.

Her OnlyFans account drew attention in 2022 when leaked photos of her posing in lingerie surfaced online.

The platform, which caters to individuals aged 18 and above and hosts millions of content creators, is primarily recognized as a space where sex workers share explicit photos accessible through a monthly subscription fee. However, creators on the platform can also share a wide range of content, including cooking tutorials and fitness routines. Subscribers have the option to pay additional fees for personalized pay-per-view messages from their preferred creators.

Although Nkechi Diallo, the controversial figure, has been active on the platform for several years, the Catalina Foothills Unified School District only became aware of her OnlyFans posts on Tuesday afternoon, according to Julie Farbarik, a spokesperson for the district.

"Her posts are in conflict with our district's 'Use of Social Media by District Employees' policy," Farbarik stated in an email. The policy specifies that employees should refrain from online communication that is deemed "unprofessional" or that could "negatively impact [their] professional reputation."

While the images on her page are hidden for nonsubscribers, numerous captions on Nkechi Diallo's posts appear sexually suggestive.

Diallo began working with the school district in August last year as a part-time afterschool instructor for elementary school students. Additionally, she served as a substitute teacher through the district’s substitute contract provider.

Despite attempts by NBC News to contact her via email and Instagram direct message, Diallo did not respond. Two of her listed phone numbers were found to be out of service.

Nearly a decade ago, Diallo, then known as Rachel Dolezal, faced a media scandal after revealing that she was born to white parents despite identifying as a Black woman. As a result, she was compelled to resign from her role as the head of her local NAACP chapter in Spokane, Washington, and was removed from a police ombudsman commission. This incident sparked widespread outrage and public discourse on the topic of “race faking.”

In 2019, Diallo accepted a plea deal after being charged with welfare fraud for allegedly failing to report significant revenue from her 2017 memoir, “In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World,” and other income sources. It was alleged that she did so to unlawfully obtain over $8,800 in food and child care assistance from Washington state.

Diallo has been active on her verified OnlyFans account, which offers subscriptions at $9.99 per month, since late 2021. Her bio describes her page as a platform where she shares creative content and provides fans with a more intimate look into her life. She also promotes a link to her Amazon wishlist, allowing individuals to gift her items such as handmade soap, stiletto sandals, and a teacup set.

OnlyFans did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

In recent years, there have been several cases of teachers losing their jobs due to their involvement in OnlyFans as a supplementary income source. Many creators, including teachers, use the platform to supplement their wages from other jobs. In late 2023, one teacher was fired, and another resigned in St. Louis after their school district discovered their accounts. One of them stated that the financial challenges resulting from low teaching salaries left them with limited options.

This story was first reported on NBCNews.com.