I’m a hot teacher – pupils’ dads always ask me out and nosey co-workers want to know all about my dating life

ONE TEACHER said that she was so hot that her students’ fathers often asked her out on dates.

Swedish beauty Monica Huldt, 37, is the youngest teacher in her school and has experienced inappropriate behavior.

Monica feels weird when co-workers ask about her dating life


Monica feels weird when co-workers ask about her dating life

Since then, Monica has dropped out of the classroom to pursue modeling opportunities.

But she is still upset with her former colleagues who treated her differently because they were jealous of the attention she received.

Monica said: ‘Colleagues often ask me if I have a boyfriend and that sort of thing.

“I always answer that it’s a private matter. I also get invited out a lot by my dad. That’s quite interesting.

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“I’ve got old students of my age who are now dependent on my OnlyFans.

“And I actually got a former co-worker to sign up. It’s weird, but I’m flattered.”

She added: “One woman actually told me that being a teacher wasn’t for me and that I should quit.

“That’s rude. I guess it’s because I’m young and things like that.

“They don’t like that a lot of older male teachers help me a lot and things like that.”

Monica previously told how she hired a bodyguard to stop men from chatting with her at the gym.

She attributed it mainly to her workout attire.

The model said: “I usually wear leggings and a sports bra.

“I don’t really wear booty shorts but when I do that’s usually what gets me noticed.

So now I avoid them.

“Slip-on leggings are the best outfit to show off your butt.

“And people with a nice sports bra that will definitely make you feel hot at the gym.”

Russell Falcon

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