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Stacie Halas Was Doing Porn While Teaching, Admitted She Could Get Fired

Halas, teaching on video.
Halas, teaching on video.

Some enterprising investigative journalists over at Xbiz (NSFW content) have discovered what has long been rumored: Embattled porn-star turned fired teacher Stacie Halas was apparently working in the classroom at the time she was moonlighting in adult video in the mid-2000s.

In fact, in one particular video from 2006, the title of which we can't even bring ourselves to publish even in this adult-friendly publication, Halas brags about her teaching and says doing porn is "very risky" for her other career.

But:

Xbiz notes that she was not teaching at the Oxnard school district school from which she was fired last month after it deliberated over what to do about her porn star past. She was apparently working elsewhere at the time.

The video features a behind-the-scenes interview with the educator. She says:

Halas.
Halas.
It is risky, very risky for me. Cause I am a teacher.

She even says she would "probably" be fired if her other, more adult life was discovered.

She said she was doing adult video work for the money, but also because ...

I think it's just the excitement of doing something different that you're not supposed to do ...

Well, if losing your job is exciting, then rock on, Stacie.

She's suing the Oxnard district for firing her. Her lawyer didn't deny she had been doing porn while educating middle schoolers. He stated previously:

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.

We thought she had left porn behind and moved on to teaching. Now it sounds like Halas was doing both.

We can't say we're surprised. We are surprised, however, at the, er, hardcore nature of this latest discovery. Let's just say she was juggling a lot of units. And not necessarily the kind you find on the campus of a top-flight university, either.

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


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