Teacher sacked for filming porno in her CLASSROOM as cops warn she’s likely to be charged

A FEMALE teacher who shot solo pornos in her classroom and posted them online has been sacked, with police saying she is likely to face charges.

The substitute teacher published multiple videos that showed her stripping and using sex toys inside El Campo High School in Texas.

Chris Murphy

One film, titled “Naughty substitute teacher almost gets caught in teachers lounge”, showed her pleasuring herself on an office desk before quickly covering herself up as if she has been interrupted.

The woman’s face is not visible in the films, and her name has not been released, but she has also lost a job at a local off license, local outlet ABC7 reported.

El Campo Independent School District has confirmed that the teacher, who was employed for three months and had been vetted, was fired in connection with an “improper criminal incident”.

They added that a school official had confirmed that the teacher produced pornography in a classroom and a workroom last month, but stressed that no students had been involved in the teacher’s activities.

Texas police are currently looking for evidence as part of an investigation, and have appealed for anyone with information to come forward, though no charges have yet been filed.

The local police department said that an officer had been sent to the school last week and an investigation launched after the District received a tip.

They added that the woman could be charged on counts of trespassing or public lewdness in the coming days.

The District said it is working with police to ban the woman from stepping foot on campus.

Titles on other videos included “Naughty substitute teacher uses dildo chair in classroom” and “Naughty substitute teacher has fun under her desk in class”.

The woman reportedly responded to a comment on one clip by saying: “It was a full class and I tried to get them in the video but the camera on my phone wouldn’t rotate during the filming.

A full statement by the District on Facebook said: “The District is aware that an improper criminal incident involving a substitute teacher occurred at ECHS.

“The incident involved a singular substitute teacher and no student or other district staff were involved.

“The District has terminated the substitute’s employment and is seeking legal advice on this specific incident.

“The District continues to hold the safety and well being of our students and staff as our top priority.”

Chris Murphy

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