Teacher fired for making adult movie 11 years ago

A western Kentucky high school teacher fired for being in an adult movie several years ago says she has since turned her life around.

Tericka Dye had taught science at Reidland High School in McCracken County for the last two years. But school officials recently learned that she participated in an adult film made 11 years ago when Dye was 23.

Schools superintendent Tim Heller says he decided to fire Dye because her presence in the classroom would be a distraction. Her pay was also suspended for the rest of the school year.

Dye says she made the film while struggling to make ends meet. She says she was also coping with depression. She says she joined the Army shortly after and then put herself through school.

Several students held a rally in support of Dye near the school yesterday. One parent at the rally, Bonnie Chilcoat, says Dye was a great teacher who's done a great job with her students.


Two points to make here:

1. It's in fucking McCracken County, Kentucky. I've never been there, but I can take an educated guess that it's populated by idiot backward rednecks who vote Republican but don't know why, hate blacks and "Ayrabs", and listen (ON PURPOSE!) to country music.

2. This is a cool thing if your teacher looks like this:



And not a cool thing if your teacher looks like this:



3 Thoughts:

Blogger Su said...

OMG! Avitable you asshole! Where did you get the photo of me sunbathing topless????

lmfao!

5/05/2006 1:32 PM  
Blogger Grant said...

I'm not from McCracken county, but I am from rural Kentucky and I can confirm that the people there are much more ignorant and red-necky than those of us further South. The last time I saw a report on education, Kentucky was dead last in the country, which means she should be able to move anywhere and get a job in a better school system.

5/05/2006 1:40 PM  
Blogger Avitable said...

Su: You're definitely hotter. And tanner. :)

Grant: I have relatives from that area - it really is like some weird alien world.

5/05/2006 5:32 PM  

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