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Kindergarten teacher moonlights as porn star

A LOS Angeles kindergarten teacher has been fired after refusing to quit her part-time job as a porn star.

Nina Skye told Fox News affiliate KKTV she faced a dressing-down by the preschool's leaders, and it had nothing to do with her on-the-job performance.

It was her off-the-job performance that was the problem.

"I love teaching. I love sex," she told a KTTV interviewer last month. "If I can get away with doing both, then I will."

Wish I could just wear a bikini everyday 🌞🌞🌞

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Turns out, she can't.

A.B.C. is incompatible with XXX, her school says.

"I couldn't work there because it goes against their statement of faith that it goes against their views of fornication, like sex before marriage and that's what I'm doing," she said. "They say it goes against the paper I signed, saying I wouldn't do that."

It was an earlier appearance on Fox News that outed her moonlighting. She was profiled last month about her pornographic performances which she said was paying $US2500 per filmed frolic.

Just doing my homework 📚

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Last week, the church-funded kindergarten's management gave her an ultimatum: Quit doing porn, or be fired.

They even offered Skye a pay rise and help with accommodation.

"They were just really trying to pull me away from the industry," she said. "They just really wanted me out. Just offered help and advice, but I don't really want out of the industry."

Her dream job, she said, was 'having sex'.

And while she says she loves working with kids, the money wasn't as 'easy' as porn.

"For my very first scene, I just did a regular boy-on-girl scene and I got paid $2500 on the spot," she said. "I never had that much money, ever, just handed to me in my life."

#repost in my favorite outfit 💖 ready for Phoenix tomorrow! #matrixmodels #18+ #excited

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