Olivia Sprauer, Stuart Teacher Fired for Nudie Pics, to Be Hustler Cover Girl

Olivia Sprauer (AKA Victoria James), the 26-year-old English teacher at Martin County High School who was fired by the school for moonlighting as an "eyecandy model," has landed on the cover of Hustler magazine, the publication has announced.

Sprauer had said she wasn't going to do porn, but obviously things have changed. Back in September, we here at the Pulp reported on Sprauer's Hustler shoot, although she said the shoot wasn't so much"Hustler style" but more "Playboy style." Whatever that means.

Either way, she's landed herself on the cover.

See also: Inside Olivia Sprauer's Hustler Photo Shoot [NSFW]

On Tuesday afternoon, the magazine announced that Sprauer/James will be the March 2014 cover girl. She's also going to be appearing in what Hustler is calling a "spectacular 14-page spread" for that issue.

On Tuesday, Sprauer -- who, again, now goes by Victoria James -- announced the news on her Twitter feed.

Back in April, Sprauer, who lives in Boca Raton, made news when she was let go from her job as a teacher. She was reportedly called into the principal's office 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.

Sprauer had intentions of leaving her teaching job at the end of the year to pursue modeling full time and has since become a kind of internet sensation (something about half-naked teachers with big jigs, we guess). Along with her Twitter, she has her very own Facebook page for people to gawk at.

Through it all, she says she still wants to be a college professor some day. And on her Twitter bio, she calls herself a poet and a creative nonfiction writer and lists Pynchon, DFW, e.e. cummings, and Nabokov as her favorite writers.

Here's an excerpt of one of her poems, titled "Geography," from her blog:

So turn not your back on treacherous beasts,

hoard not your ashes in ice-lockers, ashamed. But

follow your fathers through neon supermarkets, tasting

frozen delicacies and questioning

mass-packaged meat so that we may feel

more than an iron stick churning our ashes

in the fate-furnace of time and place.

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