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Olivia Sprauer, Boca Raton English Teacher, Fired for Being "Eyecandy Model"

Olivia Sprauer, a 26-year-old English teacher at Martin County High School, was fired by the school for moonlighting as an "eyecandy model."

Sprauer, who lives in Boca Raton, was reportedly called into the principal's office on April 29 and shown one of her modeling photos that made its way to the principal. She confirmed it was her and was asked for her resignation on the spot a month before the school year ended. She was also escorted from school grounds.

(Semi-NSFW photos after the jump)

Sprauer has been doing the modeling gigs under the name "Victoria V. James" and can be booked via Model Mayhem, where she specializes in multiple genres, from cosplay to swimwear to erotic.

Her bio says she loves being photographed:

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. Oh! And did I mention I absolutely love being photographed?

I am more than comfortable shooting TASTEFUL nudes for the right projects and look forward to hearing from photographers interested in capturing the perfect photograph!

Sprauer had intentions of leaving her teaching job at the end of the year to pursue modeling full time. She says she's not upset about having to resign, and her only regret is that she'll miss her students.

Sprauer has been modeling for XXXTremeVisionRadio and will be appearing in Southern Vixens and That's Hot Magazine this summer.

You can view a bevy of Sprauer's semi-NSFW photos on her Facebook.

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