'Hot for Teacher' Lawsuit (Video) Van Halen Inspired Journal Gets Man Kicked Out of College
'Hot for Teacher' lawsuit?
A man attending college at Oakland University wrote an essay about how he was "hot for teachers" and was suspended for three semesters last year as the school said it found his writing inappropriate.
Oakland University said his essay violated a policy against intimidating people on campus and banned him from campus for writing about his attraction to teachers.
What about his free speech rights?
That is what 57-year old Joseph Corlett wants to know and he has filed a lawsuit seeking more than $2 million and four credits for the class.
According to CBS titled the student modeled his journal entries “Hot For Teacher,” (watch a video below) after a song by the rock band Van Halen, as part of assignment on diary-style composition.
"My first battle with the hot for teacher thing, aside from second grade, was fought in Composition I at Oakland Community College. She was blonde and attractive in the Meg Ryan kind of way which I usually don’t go for… I shouldn’t have taken her for Comp 2 but I couldn’t resist smart and pretty… Her skirt came unzipped in Comp 2 one day and her polka-dotted panties were exposed. I was a perfect gentleman and discretely told her to pull her sweater over. She smiled and thanked me. It is our delicious little secret," the essay read.
The essay goes on to describe another teacher who is "tall, blonde and stacked" in a "skirt, heels, fingernails, smile," that is "smart and articulate."
The essay said the teacher was so attractive and sexy that it was distracting in class.
Later in the essay Corlett describes two of his other female teachers, saying:
"I'm not a maniac for every female although I try to find something attractive about everyone… However, my history professor sets off my gaydar and [teacher] does not. I could not have sex with either of these women even if you offered me a million dollars cash. I couldn’t get the necessary cooperation, if you get my drift."
According to CBS, Corlett's lawsuit, filed Friday, calls the writings "whimsical exaggeration."
Should the 57-year old student (he was 56 at the time) have been expelled and banned from campus for his racy writings about the teachers of Oakland University?
Is his getting kicked out worth $2 million?
Watch Hot for Teacher below.
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