A teacher from New Jersey discreetly stepped down from his position and secured a job in another school after facing criticism for posting unauthorized nude photos of an ex-student on the internet.
On August 21, the court mandated Christopher Doyle to compensate Kaitlyn Cannon $10,000 for damages, according to a partial summary judgment provided to Fox News Digital. This came over half a decade after he distributed 14 personal photos she had taken years earlier for an erstwhile college partner.
Upon completing her education at Pennsylvania State University and embarking on a job as a TV producer for a PBS affiliate in North Carolina, Cannon received a disturbing Facebook notification from an old high school peer, which drastically altered her life's trajectory.
These private pictures, many of which displayed Cannon's visage, were disseminated on a message board based in the Netherlands, known for users posting non-consensual explicit content, often termed "revenge porn."
Kaitlyn Cannon was shocked to find intimate selfie photos of her posted on a website known for so-called revenge porn. Cannon was able to subpoena the revenge porn site and discovered her former math teacher, Christopher Doyle, posted the photos. pic.twitter.com/Zmf97DvBuV
— Inside Edition (@InsideEdition) August 29, 2023
The photos are categorized based on place, typically paired with the subject's first name and an initial of their surname – or sometimes distorted with symbols to elude detection by search engines. For Cannon, pictures of her in different degrees of attire were posted with her first name, an initial, and the mention of Wall Township – her childhood residence.
Cannon had captured those photos a few years prior. It's believed that her boyfriend at the time misplaced his mobile.
Once the photos surfaced online, Cannon confided in Fox News Digital, stating she started getting digital messages and workplace emails that were "sexual in nature" and "vaguely threatening." Even her relatives weren't spared, with some getting phone calls, she mentioned.
"I don’t know what was said during them. My grandma… received [a] phone call. She wouldn’t repeat what was said – it made her uncomfortable," Cannon told Fox.
From 2004 to 2019, Doyle was an instructor for ninth-grade math at Wall High School. Back in 2009, Cannon, who was then 14, was one of his pupils, and he also coached her sister in the school's tennis squad.
In 2019, after departing from Wall High School, Doyle secured a position at Perth Amboy High School, situated in the neighboring county. According to school board records, Doyle was on the teaching roster for the current term that started the previous week.
A representative from the school's HR department informed Fox News Digital on Friday that Doyle was "not an employee in the district." The institution refrained from explaining their recruitment protocol.
As of that Friday, Doyle's name appeared on the school's online staff directory. Cannon, in her conversation with Fox News Digital, mentioned that Doyle continued to teach.
"It's my opinion that he shouldn't be allowed to teach in schools," she said Thursday. "That's something that's important to me. It doesn't sit right, I guess."
It's despicable this man is able to get back into a classroom after sharing nude photos of one of his students.
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