NYC teacher pulled from classes after being caught “sucking on a man’s nipple” on Zoom class

NEW YORK CITY, NY – A 37-year-old Spanish teacher based out of New York City was reportedly pulled from her classes following an incident where the teacher appeared “to suck on the nipple of an unidentified topless male,” during a Zoom class where her students observed this act.

According to reports, Spanish teacher Amanda K. Fletcher from the Columbia Secondary School for Math, Science and Engineering was hosting a Zoom class for her students on September 30th, 2020 when school officials say she engaged in an “inappropriate sexual act”.

Apparently clips of this Zoom class started to circulate on various social media platforms, which eventually attracted the attention of the Special Commissioner of Investigation for city schools.

SCI officials noted in their report of the incident that Fletcher was eating some spaghetti while an unidentified shirtless man was behind her during this Zoom class.

Shortly thereafter, school investigators say Fletcher “appeared to suck the nipple,” of that shirtless man.

While sucking on this man’s nipple Fletcher was also allegedly “gyrating” and “rocking back and forth”.

The report of the incident noted that after removing her mouth from this shirtless man’s chest, Fletcher simply “resumed teaching and discussing a worksheet.”

The bizarre display, where no explanation was afforded by Fletcher regarding this alleged conduct, was said to have happened roughly about 12 minutes before the class session had ended – in full view of all the students.

Press secretary for the New York City Department of Education, Danielle Filson, referred to the behavior that allegedly took place during this Zoom class as being “absolutely unacceptable.”

Fletcher has reportedly been reassigned since October of 2020 following the incident, with the NYC DOE noting that they “will pursue disciplinary action,” against the teacher as well.

In the SCI report, it was urged of the NYC DOE to make sure teachers are up to speed on what is “appropriate and acceptable behavior while interacting remotely with students.”

Among some of the recommendations in the report handed over to the NYC DOE, it was expressed that teachers should not be including “non-classroom participants from appearing,” during zoom classes, nor should teachers be engaging in eating or snacking, using any sort of tobacco or vaping – pretty much any activity that would “prevent an educator from maintaining total focus on the classroom.”

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For some reason, teachers behaving inappropriately during Zoom classes have been a phenomenon cropping up since the mass adoption of remote learning.  

Recently, we at Law Enforcement Today shared a report about a science teacher going into a profanity-laced rant about George Floyd being a criminal and flipping off his high school students. 

Here’s that previous report. 


JERSEY CITY, NJ – A high school teacher in New Jersey was suspended after going on a profane tirade and calling George Floyd a “criminal” in a virtual class.

A discussion about climate change on Zoom last week turned into an airing of grievances by Howard Zlotkin, a science teacher at William L. Dickinson High School in Jersey City.

“He’s not a hero, he’s like a criminal,” yelled the teacher, Howard Zlotkin, who is white, to a class of about 15 students. In a video, He chastised students for, as he described it, making criminals into heroes “because they’re black or because they got a bad story.”

During the rant, Zlotkin chastised people for “whining and crying about Black Lives Matter.”

Zlotkin told the students:

“He got arrested and he got killed because he wouldn’t comply and the bottom line is we make him a f—–g hero.”

George Floyd died while being taken into custody by Minneapolis police officers including Derek Chauvin, who was convicted last month of the black man’s murder.

At one point, Zlotkin turned his anger directly at his students, shouting at them:

“If you think I’m privileged then f— you, because my daughter thinks I’m privileged and I don’t speak to her.”

A Senior student, 17-year-old Timmia Williams, filmed the rant on her cell phone and contacted school officials. The school did not immediately respond, so the student forwarded the video to local news station, NBC New York, which reported on the story.

An investigation has been opened by the school district, and Zlotkin has been suspended with pay pending the outcome, according to Mussab Ali, president of the Jersey City Board of Education. Zlotkin has also been suspended from his position as an adjunct professor at Hudson County Community College.

Zlotkin has been a teacher in the district for 20 years and has tenure.

Ali stressed that Zlotkin’s “comments are not representative of the values of the board of education.”

Zlotkin told local media on Sunday that his words were taken out of context:

“I am being judged on a snapshot out of a 60-minute class. I tell the students it’s all about facts, and I was teaching those facts. I am a science teacher. My little snapshot that was posted to the world was out of this context.”

Williams said the rant started after students turned in short research papers. When she turned her paper in, Zlotkin asked her about how humans and involved in climate change.  The conversation deteriorated when he brought up his disagreement with Black Lives Matter, according to Williams.

Four black students in the class, including Williams, challenged his position, and he grew angrier and gave the four black students an assignment not given to the other students. He told them to write an essay on “why Black lives should matter,” according to Williams.

Williams, who had been accepted to college on the same day as the rant, said she could not celebrate with her family:

“This is the first time I ever felt somebody telling me that my opinion doesn’t matter because I’m young and because I’m black and stuff. It just threw me off. I just started crying.”

When Williams returned to class Thursday, she and the other black students were allegedly confronted by the teacher again, which was also reportedly caught on cellphone video. When they said they did not complete the essay. He reportedly told Williams she did not complete the essay because she could not support her position:

“Why? You can’t make a case for yourself. No, you can’t, Timmia, that’s why.”

When Ms. Williams started to defend herself, Mr. Zlotkin cursed at her and later told her to “talk to the hand.”

He chastised another student who refused to do the essay and kicked a third off the remote class meeting after he defended his classmates, she said.


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