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If you're hot for teacher, there's a site that was just perfect for you. It was run by a woman named Heidi Kaeslin, and the website was aptly named "MySluttyTeacher.com."
Kaeslin's internet ventures didn't stop there. She also owns several other domains, one of which is a little too dirty to publicize. You can use your imagination here.
Oh, and did we forget to mention that Kaeslin is also a teacher at Lincoln High School in California - hence the site's moniker? To make matters more interesting, she was allegedly helped by Richard Fields, a Stockton police officer who was assigned to the school.
Kaeslin is accused of using her school-issued laptop to maintain the sites.
It's relatively unsurprising that Kaeslin has also been put on leave pending an investigatory outcome.
Most of the websites have been stripped of content, according to The Record. But on one, there are still remnants of its original content in some Internet archives.
The "About Us" section on RandHEntertainment.com, one of Kaeslin's alleged domains, reads:
"This company was created by a young teacher who was inspired, after her male students spent most of the period staring at her boobs, to create the 'I (heart) teachers' shirt...."
While running a porn website isn't really illegal, Kaeslin and Field's actions may have violated the school's ethics policy. The ethics policy calls for teachers to: maintain high standards, not to jeopardize student welfare, show serious incompetency or bad judgment, or show a consistent pattern of misconduct.
Let's see, would running a pornographic website from a school computer qualify? What drawing attention to the fact that her male students were supposedly more interested in her assets instead of her academics (among other issues)?
Richard Fields says that Heidi Kaeslin's involvement in the website was actually rather limited. He says that he bought the MySluttyTeacher.com domain name because he wanted to be prepared in case he was laid off due to city-wide budget cuts, The Record reports.
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