One of the things the butthurt patrol likes to throw back at Turtleboy is “muh sexual harassment.” Basically they make the allegation that I was fired from Shepherd Hill for either sexually harassing a girl at a Bills game, or a student, or a teacher, or whatever. They just make it up as the go along. But because I’m so big into transparency and found my separation agreement with the Dudley-Charlton Regional School District while cleaning my closet the other day, I figured I might as well publish it. Basically the district agreed to pay me off and in return I agreed not to sue them for the way they mismanaged the publication of a fake news article from a drunken Buffalonian (which no longer exists because the blogger was sued for libel and forced to take down his site).
Newsflash – employers don’t pay employees large sums of cash to not sue them, agree to not contest unemployment, and even offer to have the superintendent write a letter of recommendation so you get a teaching job somewhere else (#6) if you’ve done something wrong. The district’s lawyers knew that a MTA lawyer would eat them up if they pursued any sort of punishment, and I knew that I no longer wanted to teach and wanted to do Turtleboy instead, so it worked out well for both of us. They gave me a nest egg and the financial security to start my own business, and in return they got rid of a media headache and didn’t get sued in the process.
If you’re gonna accuse of something you better bring receipts, because you know damn well Turtleboy always does.
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