Investigation launched after ex-head ‘made secretary take sexy snaps at work’

An investigation has been launched after an ex-principal allegedly ordered her secretary to take a snap of her bum on show at school.

Gisselle Vasquez has sued both ex-principal Evelina Medina and the school she worked at in Yonkers, New York State, US.

The 35-year-old single mum claims in her suit that Medina made her take racy photos of her as she flashed her thong in 2018.

According to the New York Post, the complaint details how Vasquez had to save the provocative images – and more – on her own phone so Medina's husband couldn't see them.

The ex-principal’s lover however was given access to the pictures, say the claims sent to Manhattan Federal Court.

Vasquez's lawyer Christopher Berlingieri said an investigation has been launched into the actions of Medina and her two assistant principals, with the state's Department of Education now involved.

Mr Berlingieri said: "My client will cooperate with the state DOE investigation,"

Vasquez worked as a Spanish-speaking secretary for Medina, 42, at Robert C. Dodson School which has 865 students from pre-kindergarten to 8th grade.

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Assistant principals have come under fire in the sexual harassment case for crude comments and even an attempt to kiss Vasquez, she claims.

One assistant principal joked that Vasquez probably didn’t have sex a lot, and another Dodson assistant principal allegedly asked her: "Have you ever done drugs?" and "How often do you have sex?"

The state DOE would not confirm or deny the probe but said: "We take all allegations of misconduct against educators extremely seriously,” the New York Post reports.

If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 0845 30 30 900 or visit their website,

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