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Fake Stacie Halas Twitter Account Fights Back After Teacher is Accused of Moonlighting in Porn

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Thu, Mar 8, 2012 at 2:11 PM
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We kind of like that the Southern California teacher reported to have moonlighted in porn, widely named as Stacie Halas, opened a Twitter account to defend herself.

Too bad it's not really her.

The fake Stacie Halas account has been on a tear against critics and the Oxnard School District, which put the teacher on leave as it investigates the adult-video allegations:

This Stacie Halas wants you to know that sex is natural, sex is fun. She's tweeted such radical things as ...

Fight the good fight. Educate. Celebrate the act of love

And ...

Sex is to be celebrated.

And ...

What does it say about our (economy, state, priorities) when a teacher has to work night job to keep food on her table?

Yeah. That's quite a "night job." See Stacie's NSFW video here.

The porn world has embraced her (or, at least the fake her) on Twitter, holding her up as an example of societal hypocrisy and what they believe is the mostly harmless sport known as XXX video.

The teacher was outed by students as an alleged porn star but the school district dropped the ball, reportedly because porn filters prevented officials from tracking down her wonderful work.

Apparently a couple teachers somehow found a workaround (so resourceful) and allegedly discovered the woman, or perhaps someone who looks like her, in flagrante. The Haydock Intermediate School teacher was placed on paid leave last week. But not before she blew the mind of every schoolboy she ever taught.

There's nothing that specifically bans educators from moonlighting in porn, a district official told reporters yesterday. But she still could be fired.

What do you think? Should Stacie be allowed to teach again?

[@dennisjromero / djromero@laweekly.com / @LAWeeklyNews]

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