While attempting to create a Facebook page for the County's tax administration division, Prince William County Chief Financial Officer Michelle Attreed accidentally signed up for an OnlyFans account, bringing a whole new level of excitement to local taxes.
The mishap occurred on Friday afternoon, when Attreed intended to make tax information more accessible to the community. However, instead of providing the county with the usual humdrum of fiscal affairs, residents were treated to a sultry new platform where taxes were served with a side of titillation.
Upon realizing the mistake, Attreed promptly deactivated the account but not before screenshots of the page, titled "TaxTemptress69," began circulating on social media, igniting both laughter and shock among local residents.
One resident told reporters, "I never thought I'd see the day when I'd be eager to hear about property taxes, but here we are. I mean, who knew the tax world could be so... stimulating?"
Another local commented, "I can't believe our CFO would go to such lengths to make taxes more engaging. I mean, I've heard of creative accounting, but this is next level."
The OnlyFans account, which has since been removed, featured suggestive images of calculators, spreadsheets, and pie charts, along with provocative captions such as "Want a taste of my deductions, baby?" and "Let me help you maximize your exemptions."
County officials quickly released a statement, explaining that the OnlyFans account was an unfortunate error and that all county-related communications would be conducted through official channels. They also urged residents to delete any saved images from the rogue account, as they were not intended for public consumption.
Despite the embarrassment, some residents are praising Attreed's inadvertent foray into the world of online adult entertainment, claiming that her brief venture has accomplished the impossible—making taxes somewhat enjoyable.
As one local tax professional put it, "I've been in the tax business for years, and this is the first time I've ever seen people actually excited about taxes. Honestly, I think the IRS should take notes."
At the time of writing, Attreed has successfully created a Facebook page for the tax administration division, sans the risqué content. However, residents are still left wondering whether their taxes will ever be as thrilling as they were for those brief, shining hours on OnlyFans.