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School District Warns Students Not to Search for Evidence Their Teacher Might Be a Porn Star

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A school district in Oxnard sent out a letter to parents at three of its junior high schools, asking that students NOT search for evidence that their teacher is a porn star on the internet."It has been alleged that one of our teachers is depicted in at least one pornographic video and possibly others on the Internet," Oxnard School District Superintendent Jeff Chancer wrote in the letter, according to the Associated Press.

The rumors that one of their own was moonlighting as a porn star started among students last Friday, according to the Ventura County-Star. The teacher, who works at Haydock Intermediate School, has not been named, but she has been put on administrative leave during the, uh, investigation.

Administrators investigated the rumor themselves before sending out an e-mail to staff members letting them know that the rumors weren't true. But once they sent that e-mail out, a few other teachers did their own research. A few of them turned up evidence that the rumors might be true "based on information they had found online."

Now that the district has asked all of its parents and students not to do any internet searches, so we're guessing more, uh, evidence is going to pop up...if the allegations are true.

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Administrators say their main concern is that her alleged work off-site doesn't affect her day job, since moonlighting as a porn star isn't technically illegal and the teacher's contract doesn't contain a "moral turpitude clause."

"We're trying to determine if there's a nexus on what she does on her own time and what she does in the classroom," the superintendent said.

We're sure Sasha Grey and Aurora Snow would have something to say about the matter.

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