Teacher’s Aide Removed for Racy Pictures Online


sexy teacher's aide

According to: Telegram.com:

FITCHBURG – Racy modeling photos of a 23-year-old teacher’s aide who worked in the special education department at South Street Elementary School have prompted administrative action against her while an investigation is conducted.

Some of the photos of Kaitlin “Kaity” Pearson that appear on her: Facebook page: and in modeling publications, including ModelsMania Magazine – which named her its model of the year – are “elegant implied nudes” with only her hands covering her nipples and her legs strategically placed to cover other sensitive areas. She is also seen posing with other nude women.

Points of discussion:

  1. Who sent the pictures? : If I was a betting man, I’d have to bet that it was either her or her agent.
  2. Is there such thing as semi-nude pictures? : I have always thought it was a lot like pregnant… either they are or they aren’t.
  3. Should she be removed from her teaching job for posting the pictures online? : Even her father warned her about sharing the picture online.
  4. Are some people too uptight about images of the human body?

So as not to offend any of our readers, we will not be posting the pictures in this article. : Kaitlin’s Facebook pictures can be found at the following link.

DO NOT CLICK THIS LINK IF YOU ARE OFFENDED BY OR DO NOT WANT PICTURES OF SCANTILY CLAD WOMEN.

This post was used with the permission of Joe For America.

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