Loading...
Porn

Stacie Halas, Porn-Star-Teacher, Will Challenge Her Dismissal From SoCal School

Comments (0)

By

Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 7:03 AM

click to enlarge Halas on the set.
  • Halas on the set.
Porn star-turned-teacher Stacie Halas is fighting back.

The 32-year-old says she'll challenge her dismissal from her teaching gig at Haydock Intermediate School in Oxnard.

She was placed on paid leave last month after her film work from about six years ago was discovered, reportedly by students:

Last week the Oxnard School District board decided that having an adult video hottie teach 8th grade boys wasn't the best idea. They canned her.

We think the boys would have been paying more attention than ever. Heard of the idea of learning incentives, made famous in the book Freakonomics?

click to enlarge Halas at work.
  • Halas at work.

Anyway, Halas' attorney, Richard Schwab, told the Ventura County Star over the weekend that it's on. (She had 30 days to appeal the board's decision and it sounds like she's using her time wisely). He told the paper:

The type of conduct she engaged in was lawful conduct in a business which, while others may disagree with its content, is very vibrant in both Los Angeles as well as the state of California.

Halas did her thing, including Big Sausage Pizza, for a San Diego producer around 2006, but seems to have left the adult life behind.

If she's not given her job back, Schwab says the lesson for students "is that if you make a mistake, then it's irreparable."

Sort of like George W. Bush. But this time with lube.

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

Related Content

Now Trending

  • Sexual Predator Is Targeting Females in Eastside Park

    A sexual predator is on the loose in an Eastside park, police warned today. Cops say the creep has targeted "lone females" walking in Ernest E. Debs Regional Park three times between January and July. He has groped, exposed himself and even attacked with a knife, the Los Angeles Police...
  • Foster the People's Downtown L.A. Mural Is Coming Down

    The controversial Foster the People mural downtown is coming down, the office of L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti announced today. Despite claims by the pop band that it had necessary permits and that the artwork was legitimately produced, the mayor's office states what we reported previously: The piece is on a...
  • U.S. Reps Call For Federal Intervention in Dodger TV Blackout

    A group of local U.S. representatives wants the Federal Communications Commission to help end Time Warner Cable's blackout of Dodger games for competing cable and satellite providers. Negotiations to bring the team's games to AT&T U-verse, Charter Communications, Cox Communications, DirecTV, Dish Network, Mediacom, Suddenlink Communications and Verizon FIOS have gotten...
    2
Los Angeles Concert Tickets

Slideshows

  • Street League Skateboarding Super Crown World Championship
    On Sunday, Street League Skateboarding touched down in the Galen Center at USC as part of a four-stop tour for SLS's Super Crown World Championship. The L.A. stop determined the roster for Super Crown, airing August 24th on FOX Sports 1. The final eight are Nyjah Huston, Luan Oliveira, Torey Pudwill, Shane O'Neill, Paul Rodriguez, Chaz Ortiz, Matt Berger and Ishod Wair. All photos by Nanette Gonzales.
  • Comic-Con's "Celebrity" Autograph Area
    A sometimes overlooked (but still incredibly unique) aspect of San Diego Comic-Con are the celebs available to sign autographs, as well as the autograph seekers themselves. If you've ever wanted to meet the Soup Nazi from Seinfeld or the guy who played Michelangelo in the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, chances are, as you wander the Autograph Area, you'll be able to connect with someone you didn't even realize you were waiting your whole life to meet! All photos by Rob Inderrieden.
  • Real Madrid Soccer Practice at UCLA
    Fans came out to greet world champion soccer team Real Madrid as they practice at UCLA. This is the first time that soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo has practiced with the team this year. All photos by Jeff Cowan.