Meet the high school substitute teacher from Texas who was fired for making weird videos.
24-year-old Elizabeth Ann Schneider was recently dismissed from her teaching duties at a Texan-based high school when she admitted to taking part in making solo weird videos.
Moreover, the teacher also claimed how she gained immense pleasure from knowing how people watched her please herself or be pleased.
The administrators from the El Campo High School campus mentioned how they received a certain tip from a page that featured dozens of videos with one of their staff members.
Here is where Schneider engaged in this sort of activity. The teacher reportedly worked in the school for around 3 months, where she substituted for others when it came to their English language classes.
Local media outlets confirmed how the former teacher self-shot her own videos before uploading them for others to see. However, what really raised plenty of eyebrows is how she shot the weird footage at a classroom or a teacher’s/staff workroom in El Campo, which is a location situated near the city of Houston in Texas.
One of her creative venture productions includes a 6 and a half minute long video that features the substitute teacher and a weird chair. Here is where she tries to please herself in all openness, while using common hashtags.
Up until yesterday, viewers could find her footage on the website page but have recently been removed as authorities carry out investigations into the shocking case.
In her bio, Elizabeth goes on to mention how she is a mother to a rebellious toddler while working as a substitute teacher in Texas. In the same way, she goes on to add how she loves people watching her please herself or be pleased.
On the other hand, in another clip, she makes weird sounds of a full class in the background. She also mentioned how she wished to get a glimpse of the class watching her but simply couldn’t as her phone’s camera could only rotate so far.
Regarding the shockingly bizarre incident, school district officials released a public statement where they announced how they were aware that improper activity was taking place on-premises and a thorough investigation into the matter was on the way.