Hey, remember Melissa Petro? She used to teach art at P.S. 70 in the Bronx until her Huffington Post essay about being a sex worker came to light. But now that she's been banished to the rubber room, she's had a lot of time to think...and complain on her Facebook page. According to the Post, Petro wrote, "Still in pieces after being interrogated yesterday by the [Department of Education]. Seriously, I feel like Kanye effen West."

Later on, in response to a friend's query if she had a lawyer, Petro explained, "I had a UFT rep. Anyway, they didn't ask any thing they didn't already know the answer to, or couldn't have easily found out. It was ba sically a shame session," and later wrote, The outcome I want is to be publicly exonerated and personally welcomed back into the classroom by Bloomberg." (Unlikely.)

Petro was granted tenure, which makes it near impossible for the DOE to fire her, thanks to its 83-step process for firing teachers. The 30-year-old also mused, "In the least, I would like to be fired for the reasons I was actually removed from the class room, not cooked-up bull---t about using company equipment/time to write, which it seems is what they are going after me for." Yeah, and when she performed at open mic nights, telling people that teaching kids was like having sex with her boyfriend ("It’s fun and it’s especially fun in the beginning. And then its over and then you gotta do it again and again and again"), that wasn't on school time or property!