Teacher at Christian School Suspended Over Nude Pics from Stolen iPhone

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January 7, 2014 9:43am PST

A school teacher at a Christian school in Cincinnati, Ohio was suspended and eventually quit her position after nude photos taken from her stolen iPhone showed up on the Internet.

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The teacher, whose name was not released to the media to protect her, was initially suspended from Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy in Cincinnati, Ohio after nude selfies she took ended up on the revenge porn site called TheDirty.com.

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The blond teacher, a fifth grade science teacher and also a cheer leading coach, was put on leave as soon as the images became public knowledge. School officials immediately launched an investigation to hash the whole situation out.

Jennifer Murphy, spokesperson for Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, told the media, “We don’t know the intent as to how it was provided. Our goal at this time is to inform faculty and staff and make sure we have minimal disruptions. We are a Christian school and a Christ-centered environment. We don’t want to compromise the learning environment for our children.”

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Whatever the school intended to find, officials reported that the school would not be issuing any details to the press “out of respect for her family’s privacy and due to the sensitive nature of the circumstances.”

The teacher had filled out a police report on November 24 testifying that her iPhone had been stolen. It was only days later that the nude photos started turning up on the porn website.

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But by December 3, the teacher refused to undergo the suspension and resigned from the school.

“This individual has decided to resign, effective immediately,” school spokesperson Murphy said in an e-mail to The Cincinnati Enquirer newspaper.

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