NZ Herald September 21, 2008
An Auckland primary school teacher is moonlighting as a prostitute, throwing her school bosses into a quandary over her future. The woman, a mother of two children in her 30s, is new to teaching and moonlights as a prostitute to boost her income. The Herald on Sunday understands her principal was alerted to the situation by a student’s parent.
It is understood the principal is now in a dilemma – prostitution is legal, but he is worried about the reaction of other parents and students if they find out about the teacher – and has referred the matter to the school’s board of trustees.