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By Jennifer Smith For Dailymail. A year-old teacher who was fired from her middle school job after a topless selfie she sent to an ex-boyfriend resurfaced in the hands of students three years later has recalled the moment her male principal confronted her with the image on his computer. Lauren Miranda was fired from Bellport Middle School in Long Island, New York, last month when students started circulating a topless selfie she had sent a former boyfriend in She does not know how they got a hold of the photograph but is suing the school district for gender discrimination on the grounds that a male teacher would not be fired in the same way as she has been. Lauren Miranda was fired from Bellport Middle School in Long Island, New York, last month over a topless selfie she sent an old boyfriend in which resurfaced. Miranda sent this image to an ex-boyfriend in Last month, it somehow started circulating among students at the middle school where she was a math teacher. Jamal Colson, her boss, had it up on his computer screen and turned it around to show her. Miranda said she felt as though her privacy had been 'invaded' and she got in her car to drive home but had to pull over and vomit because she was so upset. Principal Dr.
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Miranda was suspended without pay, says the lawsuit, and on March 27, the school board voted to fire her. The teacher was not available for an interview with Yahoo Lifestyle.
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About two and half years ago, Lauren Miranda, a middle school teacher in New York, was getting ready at her home when she decided to take a topless selfie and send it to her then-boyfriend, who was a teacher in the same school district.
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The New York teacher who says she was fired after a topless selfie from circulated around the school where she taught can't believe she lost everything she "worked so hard for over a selfie," she told ABC News in her first sit-down interview since the incident. Lauren Miranda, 25, a former math teacher at Bellport Middle School on Long Island, said she took the "old" photo one morning when she was getting ready in her bedroom and sent it "to the person she was seeing at the time. The photo then resurfaced three years later, she said, adding that she found out from a colleague who texted her on Jan. The Monday after that, she was placed on home assignment without the opportunity to prepare her students for their quarterly exams. After an internal investigation, the school informed Miranda that they have "enough proof" to say that she "did nothing wrong or illegal," she said. It is legal in the state of New York to appear topless in public. But on March 27, Miranda received a message from a union representative telling her that the school board had voted to terminate her, she said. She was in her fourth year working there. In a press conference on Tuesday, her attorney, John Ray, said the school district fired her because she could no longer act as a role model to her students. A representative for the school district told ABC News that it would not comment on the case because it is active litigation.
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By Lorena Mongelli and Selim Algar. April 1, pm Updated April 1, pm. A Long Island middle school teacher was fired last week when an old topless selfie that she sent to a boyfriend surfaced — in the hands of a student, according to a new court filing. Lauren Miranda, a year-old former Bellport Middle School math teacher, was fired Wednesday after a student somehow obtained the image, according to her lawyer, John Ray. At a press conference, Miranda said the image was obtained without her consent — and that there was nothing inherently offensive about the image anyway. Miranda said she had previously sent the photo to the former flame and had no idea how the student got hold of it. The school district took possession of it, excoriated her, and fired her because her breasts were displayed. Miranda and her lawyer contend that a male teacher would not have been subjected to the same treatment in similar circumstances and that she wants her job back. Lauren is rightly proud of her female torso. Miranda said Monday that she wanted to fight back in order to provide a strong example to her former students.
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About two and half years ago, Lauren Miranda, a middle school teacher in New York, was getting ready at her home when she decided to take a topless selfie and send it to her then-boyfriend, who was a teacher in the same school district. This January, Miranda, 25, was called to the principal's office at Bellport Middle School on Long Island, where she had been a math teacher since Before going to the meeting, a colleague told Miranda that there was a rumor her naked photo had been obtained by a teenage student.

Miranda was certain it wasn't hers because she had never sent anything like that to a student. But during the meeting in the principal's office — where there were mostly men — one of the male school administrators brought up Miranda's topless selfie on his computer screen and showed it to her.

The officials confronted Miranda about the selfie and accused her of disseminating the photo to students. They "attempted really hard to humiliate her, berate her, and get her to resign," Ray told BuzzFeed News on Thursday.

She did not resign. Within a few days of the Jan. The superintendent told her that she was no longer a "role model" for the students she was teaching because her breasts were seen in the selfie, Ray told BuzzFeed News. None of the male teachers or school officials who walked around shirtless in the school gym or swimming pool were reprimanded or fired for being topless, he added. Ray filed a notice of claim to the school district last week, which is usually done before filing a lawsuit against a government entity, giving them a chance to respond.

Ray said he intended to file the formal complaint in federal court in New York soon after the district responds. The superintendent, Joseph Giani, declined to comment on the case, saying Thursday, "The district does not comment on active litigation. Miranda was viewed as an "exemplary" teacher by the district before the incident, Ray said, adding that Giani had indicated to her that she would be getting tenure in June. A performance evaluation from the school district that was provided to BuzzFeed News showed that Miranda had received the highest ratings in almost all categories, including the level of respect between her and her students.

It's me in my natural element," Miranda said. Miranda's attorney, Ray, provided her selfie to BuzzFeed News and other outlets, saying that she was "not ashamed of it. In a statement to BuzzFeed News on Friday, Miranda said that sharing her selfie and her body with the world "is scary. It is something that has become so packed with emotion and trauma that I am trying to navigate," Miranda said.

She said that having her story shared so publicly "has made it that much more real and emotional. I am proud of it, but I will admit, I do feel all the more vulnerable. Having to feel this way is outrageous and unfair, although it is my reality. It is the result of how society has sexualized my body. She said that she had made the choice to stand up for what was right and that she shared a "personal image of my body to show how I have been stigmatized as a woman. Miranda said that instead of thoroughly investigating how her selfie was obtained by a student, the school district discriminated against her because she was a woman and she had breasts.

Miranda recalled the superintendent telling her, "How can I put you in front of a classroom full of boys where they can pull out their phones and look at this image of you? That I'm a woman? Miranda said that while she was concerned about how an old selfie sent privately only to a male teacher was obtained by a student, she did not know how it got out and did not want to point fingers at anyone. Miranda said she wanted to focus on the bigger picture of what her lawsuit means for gender equality and celebrating women's bodies.

They really blame women for being women. They make us out to be sexual deviants, instead of seeing us as appreciating the beauty of ourselves," Miranda said. She said that the superintendent could not dictate that she wasn't a role model for students. Contact Tasneem Nashrulla at tasneem. Got a confidential tip? Submit it here. View Comments. Oops Looks like your browser doesn't support JavaScript.

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