NYC teacher who sucked man’s nipple in Zoom class returns to school

Teacher Amanda Fletcher returned to her same school after being removed for sucking a man’s nipple during a Zoom class in 2020

A teacher has been allowed to return to school after she was caught acting inappropriately during a lesson over Zoom.

Amanda K Fletcher was seen sucking a man’s nipple during one of the lockdowns.

During class, Fletcher appeared to be sat at a kitchen table eating spaghetti with a shirtless man stood behind her.

The video showing her rock back and forth as she sucked his nipple was recorded by a student and shared with other children.

She appeared to suckle on his nipple and rocked back and forth. A student asked a friend: ‘Oh my god, are you seeing what I’m seeing?’

Fletcher then turned to face the camera on Zoom, smiled and shook her shoulders – students described it as ‘a little shimmy’.

One student said she was not hiding it and it was a ‘look at me’ type move. After she was re-instated a student told New York Post ‘It’s weird; it’s wrong. It was so embarrassing for her to come back’.

She was removed from her post at New York’s Columbia Secondary School in October 2020 after accusations that she engaged in an inappropriate sex act.

However, she surprised everyone on campus on March 7 when she returned, 17 months after the incident.

One of the parents said: ‘I find this whole situation nauseating. It’s beyond a slap in the face.’

Principal Miriam Nightingale said it was not her call to allow Fletcher back into the classroom.

She said: ‘The decision to return Amanda Fletcher to service was not made at the school level.

‘I cannot change her assignment to our school nor bar her from the building.’

The city Department of Education sent Fletcher to a ‘district office’ on Wednesday, according to a spokeswoman.

Fletcher settled misconduct charges by agreeing to ‘irrevocably resign’ effective July 1, according to officials.

In light of that, however, an education department spokeswoman would not explain why Fletcher returned to school until that date.

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