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Stacie Halas, Fired Porn Star Teacher, Takes on Gloria Allred as Attorney

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Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 9:01 AM

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Our favorite porn-star-turned-teacher, SoCal's own Stacie Halas, is chillin' like a villain, apparently, despite having been fired from her job as an Oxnard middle school instructor.

That's because she's on paid administrative leave, kickin' back like a Teamster on disability, according to the Ventura County Star. The next hearing challenging her dismissal isn't until October 22.

But, to us, that's not the biggest news involving the woman who knows the real square root of 69. No, the big headline here is that ...

... she's now being represented by killer attorney Gloria Allred.

Talk about your big gun (and not the kind Halas knew from her previous career). Allred confirmed to the Weekly last night that she's representing the ex-performer.

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While the district said that Halas lied or least failed to disclose her pornographic past (she did work in the mid-00s, some of it for a San Diego producer), Allred says phooey. (What was she supposed to do, list 3 on Me on her resume?).

The lawyer told the Star:

The mere fact the district objects to her former line of work does not render her unfit to teach. Even a conviction, which she does not have, for certain offenses does not qualify her unfit to teach.

Teach us, Stacie. We'll sit quietly, we promise.

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

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