A former teacher has left education chiefs red-faced after appearing naked on the cover of a top-shelf men's magazine.
Olivia Sprauer was forced to resign from Martin County High School, Boca Raton, Florida, after racy photos of her emerged wearing a skimpy bikini.
But instead of hiding her light under a bushel following her departure, the 26-year-old has posed in all her glory for Hustler.
Olivia, who models under the name Victoria Valentine James, was escorted from school premises after pictures of her posing for a website in her bikini were sent to education chiefs.
The following furore resulted in an approach from publishers of the soft-porn title.
At first, Olivia rejected the offer, but had a change of heart, saying: "If getting naked betters my life, that's a positive thing for me."
As well as the cover, she also appears naked over 14 pages of the March 2014 issue of Hustler.
In the accompanying article, she describes herself as 'a graduate student living in South Florida' who loves being in front of the camera.
She says: "I am very open-minded and enjoy modelling for all types of shoots. I have had various experiences modelling from photographers seeking to build their portfolios to commercial advertisements and magazine publications, I love being in front of the camera!
"There is an inherent satisfaction in discovering what art the photographer and I can create!
"I am very fun to work with, and my creative nature can add a lot to a shoot, as well.
"I am more than comfortable shooting nudes for the right projects and look forward to hearing from any photographers interested in capturing the perfect picture."
A statement released from the Martin County School District confirmed the teacher no longer works for the district.
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