A New York City principal is in a bit of hot water recently after she was discovered to have been cheating on her boyfriend. During the course of her relationship, the woman was said to have sexual encounters with several men while in the school.
Annie Schmutz Seifullah, 35, who worked at the Robert Wagner Secondary School of Arts and Technology, in Long Island City, Queens was forcibly removed from her position Thursday on account of her misdeeds. The 7th-12th grade principal was also discovered to have inappropriate material effectively documenting her trysts with other men on her school provided computer as well.
Local police have since confiscated her computers and other electronic devices that were in her office at the time of her escort from the premises. Allegedly on those devices are, “pictures of her wearing only lingerie and engaging in various sex acts including a threesome.”
The woman was discovered after her lover, and father of one of her students, had found out of her infidelities and said that she had, “played me for a fool.” He immediately turned over three school-provided laptops as well as a video tape in which she admits to her indiscretions.
On those tapes, listeners hear Seifullah admit to, “engaging in oral sex with an NYPD school-safety agent in the school security office,” along with having sex with and, “assistant principal in a book-storage room during school hours.”
Seifullah was confronted by her boyfriend and is heard saying, “I don’t know what I was thinking. I don’t know why I thought it was OK.” Outraged, as anyone would be, the father shouts back, “You gave him [expletive] while my child was in the building.”
The boyfriend also describes that Seifullah had several encounters in a “hidden location,” with an “old lover.” After turning over the evidence, the boyfriend noted that, “Ms. Seifullah clearly used her power and position as principal to . . . seek several sexual partners at her school.”
The woman is officially out of her, $136,959-a-year job where a Department of Education spokesman came forward to say, “We are appalled by these disturbing allegations and acted swiftly to remove the principal while the matter is under investigation.”
The spokesman further explained, “This type of alleged behavior is completely unacceptable for any DOE employee.”
According to the Mail Online, “Dating colleagues or parents of students is not against school policy however performing sexual acts inside a school or placing sexual images on school equipment could bring about misconduct charges.”
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