Teacher Leigh Anne Arthur speaks to a reporter in Union County, S.C. Some South Carolina high school students are calling for the return of Arthur who resigned after a student spread a nude picture of her through text messages and social media. Arthur, 33, told news outlets she left her cellphone on her desk Monday as she monitored a hallway during a class change. A 16-year-old boy took her phone, and with his own phone took pictures of nude images of Arthur on her phone, she said.
Teacher Leigh Anne Arthur speaks to a reporter in Union County, S.C. Some South Carolina high school students are calling for the return of Arthur who resigned after a student spread a nude picture of her through text messages and social media. Arthur, 33, told news outlets she left her cellphone on her desk Monday as she monitored a hallway during a class change. A 16-year-old boy took her phone, and with his own phone took pictures of nude images of Arthur on her phone, she said. WYFF News-4 via AP
Teacher Leigh Anne Arthur speaks to a reporter in Union County, S.C. Some South Carolina high school students are calling for the return of Arthur who resigned after a student spread a nude picture of her through text messages and social media. Arthur, 33, told news outlets she left her cellphone on her desk Monday as she monitored a hallway during a class change. A 16-year-old boy took her phone, and with his own phone took pictures of nude images of Arthur on her phone, she said. WYFF News-4 via AP

Rehire teacher who resigned over nude photo, students demand

March 03, 2016 04:33 PM

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