Miranda was suspended without pay, says the lawsuit, and on March 27, the school board voted to fire her. The teacher was not available for an interview with Yahoo Lifestyle. Ray tells Yahoo Lifestyle his client is also being denied tenure, for which she was eligible this year. I really thought this is where I was going to spend the next thirty years of my life.
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By Jennifer Smith For Dailymail. A year-old teacher who was fired from her middle school job after a topless selfie she sent to an ex-boyfriend resurfaced in the hands of students three years later has recalled the moment her male principal confronted her with the image on his computer. Lauren Miranda was fired from Bellport Middle School in Long Island, New York, last month when students started circulating a topless selfie she had sent a former boyfriend in
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The New York teacher who says she was fired after a topless selfie from circulated around the school where she taught can't believe she lost everything she "worked so hard for over a selfie," she told ABC News in her first sit-down interview since the incident. Lauren Miranda, 25, a former math teacher at Bellport Middle School on Long Island, said she took the "old" photo one morning when she was getting ready in her bedroom and sent it "to the person she was seeing at the time. The photo then resurfaced three years later, she said, adding that she found out from a colleague who texted her on Jan. The Monday after that, she was placed on home assignment without the opportunity to prepare her students for their quarterly exams. After an internal investigation, the school informed Miranda that they have "enough proof" to say that she "did nothing wrong or illegal," she said. It is legal in the state of New York to appear topless in public.
By Lorena Mongelli and Selim Algar. April 1, pm Updated April 1, pm. A Long Island middle school teacher was fired last week when an old topless selfie that she sent to a boyfriend surfaced — in the hands of a student, according to a new court filing.