A New Jersey math teacher who uploaded a former student’s nude images to a twisted “revenge porn” site reportedly worked at another high school just weeks after going to court.
Christopher Doyle appeared to be teaching at Perth Amboy High School in late August but no longer works there.
According to a biography posted on the site, which has since been removed, he was supposed to teach Algebra 1, Honors Algebra 1 and first grade geometry at Freshman Academy.
“I’m looking forward to a fun and exciting year,” he wrote.
Doyle’s name no longer appears in the teachers’ directory and most of these subjects are now taught by a certain Suzanne Salazar.
The disgraced educator was ordered to pay $10,000 in damages after Kaitlyn Cannon, 29, sued him for posting nudes she took of herself on the website while she was at university in 2018.
Christopher Doyle was seen leaving Ocean County Superior Court after a jury found him responsible for sharing his former student’s nude photos
Kaitlyn Cannon was a college student when sexually explicit photos she took and sent to her boyfriend ended up in the hands of her high school math teacher. He posted the images on a Dutch site called Anon-IB.
The disgraced math teacher was supposed to teach algebra and geometry to freshmen at Perth Amboy High School.
“I think he should not be allowed to teach in schools,” she said. Fox News Digital. “It’s something that’s important to me. That won’t do, I guess.
Doyle was Cannon’s math teacher at Wall High School, but she was four years out of high school and attending Penn State when she took the images in 2016. She sent them to her then-boyfriend .
Two years later, the images appeared on Anon-IB, a site full of revenge porn. This term refers to sexually explicit images distributed without the consent of the subject.
Under New Jersey state law, Doyle was committing a third-degree criminal invasion of privacy when he downloaded Cannon’s photos.
His face was visible in some photos, while others used his first name.
The 29-year-old had no idea how the photos had reached Doyle. The boyfriend said he lost his phone.
Despite being diagnosed with PTSD and struggling with ongoing anxiety over the images circulating online, Cannon was only awarded $10,000 in damages. She testified in Ocean County Superior Court on August 16.
Wanting to help other victims by sharing her own story, Cannon created a TikTok page where she talks about topics like consent and revenge porn laws.
Doyle’s biography was removed from the Perth Amboy Public Schools website but still appeared archived on Google.
Cannon uses her page to educate others about revenge porn and sexual assault
As Cannon’s story reached more listeners, the school district was spurred into action. A local news article was republished on a community Facebook page, sparking outrage among residents who called for him to be fired.
An August 26 article said: “Christopher Doyle, a former Wall High School teacher, posted explicit photos of a former student. He resigned in 2018 and is now a teacher at Perth Amboy High School! Our Board of Education administration must resign!’
When the school district was contacted by Fox News on September 8, a spokesperson said Doyle was not an employee of the district.
The same day, an update was posted to the Facebook community: “Update: Christopher Doyle is no longer employed by the Perth Amboy Board of Education School District.
“Our voices are being heard, slowly but surely.”
The school declined to elaborate on its vetting process when asked by Fox. It’s unclear how Doyle was hired, but community members had theories.
One woman said she had seen similar situations happen in her 30 years of experience as a teacher. “I saw teachers and administrators going all over the place, even though they had broken the law or acted inappropriately. Now that there is a huge shortage, it’s even worse.
Another wondered if the decision to hire Doyle had anything to do with the current teacher shortage.
Although the national shortage impacted states differently, data from Schoolboyan education research firm, showed 85.96 teachers per 1,000 enrolled students in New Jersey.
This is considerably better than other states like Washington, Oregon, California, Alaska and Nevada, which had some of the lowest ratios in the country.
The 29-year-old used the platform to provide an update on her own legal battle and ongoing mental health struggles.
The site where Cannon’s sensitive images were posted was taken down in 2018, but new versions have appeared since.
Another mystery is how the site Cannon’s nudes were posted on still operates. All 50 states have some form of legislation prohibiting revenge porn.
The site was seized by Dutch police in 2018, but has since reappeared, advertising an “archive” of old Anon-IB content. Its operators seek to profit from stolen photos and videos of young girls, some as young as teenagers.
They charge users for access to different “tiers” of content and encourage sufferers to make payments using harder-to-trace methods, including cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.
The domain is registered under NameSilo, LLC, a web hosting company headquartered in Arizona.
Doyle posted an apology on Facebook before leaving Wall High School, insisting he had simply made a mistake.
“To any of you who I have hurt, or to those who perceived that I have hurt, I am truly sorry and I can only hope that you will forgive me as well,” he said .