Now, to the texas high school teacher under fire for her racy modeling pictures in college. The 21-year-old posing for "playboy" before she took her teaching job. The school district is keeping quiet... See More
Now, to the texas high school teacher under fire for her racy modeling pictures in college. The 21-year-old posing for "playboy" before she took her teaching job. The school district is keeping quiet so far. But students and parents have both been speaking out. Abc's ryan owens has that story. What are you majoring in over there? Spanish. Going to be a spanish teacher. Reporter: Mission accomplished. 21-year-old christina cole DeWEESE IS A SPANISH TEACHER AT This high school. For now. Are you videotaping me? Reporter: Some students search for their new teacher online. And a series of "playboy" promotional videos popped up. What are your hobbies, christy? Hunting. You really hunt? I shot me a buck. Reporter: Students couldn't believe their eyes. They said that she used to do "playboy." And I just said, oh. I was shocked. Reporter: Some told their parents. I think it would be more distracting to the boys. They wouldn't see the teacher as a role model. Like these supposed to be. Reporter: Students and parents who kept searching could find out that new teacher was a "playboy" coed of the week in december 2010. And promoted to coed of the month three months later. She's featured as a cyber girl at playboy.Com. ABC NEWS SPOKE to DeWeese on the phone. She told us, she's been fashion modeling since she was 17. She refuses to say more until the district decides what happens to her job. But she wanted to assure parents, she did the modeling to pay for expenses during college. And stopped more than a year before she took a teaching job. The school district will not say a word, except -- this is a personnel matter. And it will not be discussed. Plenty of her students do not want her fired. She's not provocative. She's not anything. She's a really good teacher. Reporter: Deweese hasn't been back in the classroom since her secret got out. And it's not clear if she ever will return. What is clear, she's already taught her students one valuable lesson -- once something is online, it's there forever. For "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, dallas.
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