Yesterday, Olivia Sprauer, a brunet bombshell who was fired from her teaching job at Martin County High School last month for being too sexy -- and yes, uploading nudie pics of herself -- exploded the internet.
The former English teacher, who is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University, made it into the pages of Huffington Post, ABC News, Gawker, and even across the pond to the Daily Mail.
Now for the first time, we have Sprauer's other side. Currently, she's been defined only by her alter ego, Victoria Valentine James -- the buxom beauty who models for XXXTremeVisionRadio Magazine and Miamiparties.com.
But there's also the woman who taught English at Martin County High School, and, if her Facebook page is any indication, this Sprauer couldn't be more different.
She's, well, domestic.
Yesterday, we got this:
Today, we get this:
Yesterday, we learned her likes include: Because Babes, Dark Sexy Secret, and Super Sexy Hot Horny Best Beautiful Lovely Erotic Bodies.
Today, we discovered her day interests: Panera Bread, the Palm Beach Zoo, Vero Family Photo, and coupons.com. This Sprauer likes good literature and feminist issues and uploads consistently adorable photographs of her two blond daughters.
The other Sprauer -- the sexy one -- jokes about losing her job: "I'm too sexy for my job...Lol...,"she wrote yesterday. Then she goes off to Vegas for a scantily clad photo shoot while the maelstrom swirled:
Still, let's not lose our heads over this one. By all accounts, including her own, Sprauer is merely a woman trying to support her two children, fresh off a divorce. Granted, moonlighting as "eye candy" may not be the best way to do it -- especially if that meant sacrificing her day job -- but a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do.
And this girl went to Vegas.
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