Thursday, July 25, 2013

Hot for Teacher

NY teacher Stefan Serie fired after appearing on reality TV show 'Princesses: Long Island' 

This middle school teacher from Merrick, N.Y., was either fired for "being too sexy," or for participating on a trashy reality TV show that brought shame to his school, depending on who you ask. 
The hunky hardbody — who was rated “highly effective” during the last school year — quit his $75,000-a-year job, school officials confirmed. “It was a coerced resignation,” said Serie. “I want my job and tenure back. I think I deserve it.”
Serie, who agreed to be on the show as a favor to a producer friend at Bravo, said he realized by the end of filming that he didn’t want to be associated with the show. The episode ended with a profanity-laced fight between two “princesses.”
“I was an ancillary character in the background,” he said. “The behavior of the cast members was not something I wanted to be a part of moving forward.” The triathlete, who is seen shirtless in countless sporting event photos online, said he will bring the reality TV drama to court if he doesn’t get his job back. Serie said the taxing ordeal has taken a toll on his hard-won reputation. “I’m devastated,” he said. “This is the most difficult experience of my life.” 
Serie will attend a rally on Wednesday night with supporters calling for his reinstatement. Will you be there? Meanwhile, you can show your support for him on Facebook HERE.

1 comment:

bcarter3 said...

Anybody who appears on a Bravo "reality" show should be fired. And exiled to North Korea. And held incommunicado.

(Except for the "Top Chef" people, of course.)