Christian School Suspends Teacher After Stolen Nude Pics Show Up Online

An Ohio woman who teaches at a private Christian prep school in the Cincinnati area was placed on administrative leave this week after having stolen nude photos of her posted on a "revenge porn" website.

The woman, a fifth-grade science teacher at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, filed a stolen iPhone report on November 24th — one day after the photos surfaced online.

Despite being the victim of at least two crimes, the school decided to place the teacher, a married mother, on leave this Tuesday while they conduct an investigation.

"We have an employee who appears in some photos that have been compromised and made digitally available," school spokeswoman Jennifer Murphy said in a statement.

Parents of students reportedly welcomed the news of the teacher's suspension.

"The woman is already a victim," said one anonymous parent, speaking on behalf of others. "But this being a Christian school, parents are upset that a teacher is even taking naked pictures and sending them to people — and...her students are old enough to get online and Google their teacher's name and the photos come up."

It's unclear how the photos became public knowledge but WCPO suggests they may have been forwarded to someone at the school, most likely after they were published on infamous reputation-ruining website TheDirty.com.

"We don't know the intent as to how it was provided," said Murphy, the school's spokeswoman. "Our goal at this time is to inform faculty and staff and make sure we have minimal disruptions. We are a Christian school and a Christ-centered environment. We don't want to compromise the learning environment for our children."

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