(THE BLAZE) – A Canadian teacher has taken down his own website after numerous outlets pointed out that the educator was allegedly selling the artwork of his students without permission.
The teacher, Mario Perron, was reportedly outed by students at Montreal’s Westwood junior high after they discovered their teacher had been posting their own art on his website. The art was allegedly available for purchase on mugs, phone cases, and clothing. A parent claimed that a student found the site by simply Googling the teacher’s name.
On his now-removed website, the teacher reportedly described himself as a “life-long student of art” and boasted that his works have appeared in private collections in Spain, Italy, and the United States.
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