Substitute Teacher Won't Face Charges For Allegedly Making Porn In Classroom

The unidentified teacher, who has been fired, allegedly made solo films, but since no one else was around, her conduct wasn't criminal, according to authorities.

By Gina Tron

A substitute teacher will not face any charges after she allegedly made porn inside a Texas classroom and uploaded it to a commercial pornography site.

The teacher, who has not been named, allegedly made about a dozen videos inside El Campo High School in Southern Texas. Some were made in a classroom while others were made inside a teacher workroom, KPRC in Houston reports.

She was alone in the videos, which were then uploaded to a porn site, according to the allegations.

“It was always in a classroom or office when no one else was around,” El Campo Police Chief Terry Stanphill told the Houston Chronicle. “I’ve been in law enforcement for 27 years, and this is the first time I have ever run into anything like this.”

As bizarre and disturbing as the allegations are, did she break the law?

Stanphill told KPRC that "we can’t find a law that she violated.”

He said he could not charge her with public lewdness because she was so discreet. 

“The reason that they did not find evidence was because the suspect had closed the door and had clothes on and was not reckless about their conduct so that someone else could see them or be offended by it,” he told the Victoria Advocate

She has, however, been fired from her substitute gig. The woman worked at the school for about three months before someone tipped off the principal about her alleged porn activity.

“The District is aware that an improper criminal incident involving a substitute teacher occurred at ECHS,” the school district said. “The incident involved a singular substitute teacher and no student or other district staff members were involved. The district has terminated the substitute’s employment and is seeking legal advice on this specific incident.”

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