Students at Maui High School in Kahului tell the story of Bristyl Dempsey, a 13-year-old girl with Tourette syndrome, a neurological disorder characterized by repetitive, involuntary movements and vocalizations, saying for convulsions. Bristyle’s symptoms started when she was in middle school. Her tics made her the object of teasing and ridicule by her classmates.
Content creator and nurse Jaelyn revealed in a viral video with more than 2.2 million views that she was fired because she was “distracting” colleagues.
The 22-year-old explained that her main source of income is keeping OnlyF happy, and for the past year and a half she has also worked as a nurse for a nursing home group.
However, Jaelyn shared that she was recently called into the office by a woman she had never met who told her that she was aware of her OnlyF content.
The woman claimed that while Jaelyn was with the patient, nurses at their respective nursing homes checked their social media and OnlyF. The TikToker said the woman told her it had become a problem, leading to her firing.
“She said it couldn’t happen to her every time I worked, so she had to let me go,” she recalled, adding, “The main reason for letting me go was because she needed work more than I did.”
The TikToker added that her colleagues had to pay for her OnlyF to watch her videos on the watch.
“Like they pay for my website, they can all see and view the nurse station when they go to work,” Jaelyn said.
Many TikTok users urged Jaelyn to file a wrongful dismissal complaint.
“Complain to your state’s department of labor. This is an abusive dismissal. You can get paid for it!” one user demanded.
“It’s 110% lawsuit… no problem,” another user wrote. “Unless the employer’s code of conduct expressly states so.”
“Find a lawyer. You can 100% sue for wrongful dismissal! You will win! It is illegal to fire you for this!” others commented.
“I work in HR – for baby!” a fourth shared.
In a follow-up video, Jaelyn said she met with the woman who fired her to get a written statement to send to a lawyer. Essentially, Jaelyn thought she was fired for being distracted.