Miranda said in an interview on Wednesday that she did not share the photo with any students and did not know how a student had gotten it without her consent.
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Miranda said she had seen numerous male teachers post shirtless photos of themselves on social media, where they were easily accessible.
Miranda recalled feeling humiliated.
Miranda and her lawyer, John been criticized for policies on would not have fired her had she been a male. Social networks in particular have Ray, said the school district nudity that restrict photos of female nipples but not male.