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Seattle principal under fire for sexual content on his Instagram account: report

A manager in Seattle, Washington allegedly had sexual content on a public Instagram account.

Radio host Jason Rantz on KTTH reported on the alleged Instagram account of Marcus Johnson from Phantom Lake Elementary in the Bellevue District. The profile said he was a “coal lover”. According to the Maxmillian dictionary, “smut” is “sex pictures or stories about sex”.

According to Johnson’s LinkedIn page, he was employed at the school for about three months. His “philosophy of education” included “to be a disruptor and an agent of change in order to provide access to marginalized students across the country.”

A Seattle, Washington manager has been exposed for linking to sexual content on his public Instagram account.
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According to the report, the principal shared sex stories on SoundCloud, before it was taken down.

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“He leaned over the sink to wash his face, and I slowly crept up behind him. Taking one arm and placing it over his left shoulder and another around his waist, I gripped him tightly, burying my head on his neck, kissing him lightly as he looked at me in the mirror,” the story allegedly said.

According to Principal Johnson's LinkedIn page, he was employed at Phantom Lake Elementary School for about three months.

According to Principal Johnson’s LinkedIn page, he was employed at Phantom Lake Elementary School for about three months.
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“Most of the audio cannot be transcribed on this blog due to its graphic nature. But on the Instagram feed there were also posts of written erotic fiction expressing sex acts in graphic detail,” the report said. .

Fox News Digital reached out to the Seattle School District for comment and they said, “We don’t comment on personnel matters.”

The Bellevue district declined to comment.

The Bellevue district declined to comment.
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“This situation highlights the tricky and sometimes gray area of ​​weighing free speech rights against relevance and judgment,” Rantz said of the story.

“I have seen no suggestion that Johnson is not an engaged and effective educator. But it is reasonable for parents, staff and students to be concerned about an elementary principal who proclaims he is a “junk food lover”.