During Zoom class, a NYC teacher was captured sucking a topless man’s nipple.
Investigators reviewed the incident using Snapchat and other social media channels.
A fiery slip of the tongue resulted in the removal of a Spanish instructor from her classes after authorities discovered she engaged in a “inappropriate sexual act” during a Zoom tutorial.
Amanda K. Fletcher, 37, “appeared to suck the nipple of an anonymous topless person” while “gyrating” or “rocking back and forth,” according to the Special Commissioner of Investigation for city schools.
Prior to that, students saw Fletcher “eating spaghetti” with the shirtless man behind her, the SCI notes in a study accessed by The Post on Oct. 29, 2020.
Fletcher “resumed teaching and debating a worksheet” after removing her mouth from the man’s chest, a student told investigators.
According to the paper, investigators viewed multiple videos of the incident that were posted by students on Shapchat and other social media sites.
The breathtaking scene occurred on Sept. 30, less than two weeks after the city Department of Education remotely opened the 2020-21 school year.
According to the paper, the alleged activity began approximately 12 minutes before the class ended, when students were still on the call.
Fletcher made no attempt to explain her alleged conduct. She refused to speak with SCI investigators and did not respond to messages left by The Post.
“This is completely inappropriate conduct,” DOE spokeswoman Danielle Filson said.
Fletcher, a New York City Department of Education teacher since 2007, had been teaching at the Morningside Heights campus since September 2018. The grade 6–12 school is one of the most successful in the area.
After receiving the SCI report in October, the DOE “reassigned” Fletcher and “will take disciplinary action” against her, Filson said. Fletcher, who earned $105,588 last year, is still employed by the city.
Additionally, the SCI urged the DOE to increase teacher training on “when communicating remotely with students, in an effective and acceptable manner.
Teachers “shall prohibit non-classroom participants from appearing” during classes and should abstain from “eating or snacking; smoking, vaping, or using nicotine in any other way; and any other behaviors that may interfere with an educator’s complete emphasis on the classroom.”
Filson stated that in March 2020, the DOE would implement “Digital Media Guidelines for Remote Learning.” It “reminded school-based staff that virtual classrooms should adhere to the same protocols as physical classrooms – for example, outside individuals are not allowed to enter a classroom, virtual or physical – and staff must continue to maintain a secure and healthy learning atmosphere.”