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A California teacher has been suspended while authorities investigate claims she ran a series of porn websites from a school computer in partnership with a local retired cop.

Heidi Kaeslin, 35, has had her school-issued Mac confiscated by the Lincoln Unified School District, the Stockton Record explains.

Officials are investigating allegations that Kaeslin, in partnership with 51-year-old Richard Fields, set up a series of smut sites, including [all NSFW urls] teachertitties.com, mysluttyteachers.com, and 360pig.com, the Record reported.

Most of the sites have now disappeared from the net, though 360pig.com appears to be still in business, punting a range of "adult" products.

Fields reportedly told the Record that while he and Kaeslin had set up the sites as a pilot, the teacher's involvement had been minimal, and the project had never come to fruition.

The original aim had been to supplement his income after budget cuts in the city had forced him into early retirement, he said, adding that he didn't believe porn mongering or flogging sex toys was conduct unbecoming a police officer.

The school district has hired a forensic computer investigator to comb Kaeslin's laptop to get to the bottom of the matter, but a spokesman was at pains to point out that it had not yet decided whether disciplinary action might be necessary.

Should it feel the need to undertake disciplinary action, it may want to consult the above mentioned 360pig.com, which appears to carry a range of appropriate texts and accessories. ®

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