Exposed! Boston Teacher Kevin Hogan Fired For Acting in Adult Movies
Here’s another teacher doing more inappropriate things and teaching our children. What kills us is the flat out denial this guy had when reporters shown him his own image on tape. If that isn’t enough, he even laughs about it.
UPDATE on Sept. 16, 2012: Mr Kevin Hogan who as accused of acting in pornographic films will not be returning to the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School, say the school’s spokesperson, Martin Gately. Hogan was put on administrative leave back in November 2011. Gately stated its a personnel matter and that they are moving on.This was reported in July 2012.
There was a poll from Melrose Free Press taken last year where many came to the defense of Kevin Hogan:
In a poll posted last fall on the Free Press’ website, WickedLocalMelrose.com, 60 percent of respondents voted that Hogan should not be fired because the films had no bearing on his ability to teach. Eighteen percent voted that Hogan should be dismissed because his behavior is unsuitable for a schoolteacher. Other poll-takers were undecided about how school officials should handle the situation. Source
Check out the story and view the video below of the original story reported:
Kevin Hogan is an English teacher and crew coach at a top-rated Massachusetts public high school, but he brings some unusual experience to the job: until recently, he was starring in pornographic movies.
Hogan has worked at the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School in Malden since September. In addition to his coaching and teaching duties, he also chairs the high school’s English department.
But he can also be found on the Internet and in adult entertainment stores under his screen name: Hytch Cawke.
His movie credits include “Fetish World” and “Just Gone Gay 8,” and FOX Undercover found his third movie, whose title is not fit to reveal in a family news outlet, in a local adult store. It features him answering an ad to have sex for money.
“Hi, I’m Hytch and I just answered the ad and now I’m here to see what it’s like to be with a guy,” he says to the camera.
The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, which granted Hogan an educator’s license, said it would look into the situation. A spokesman for the department added, “We expect teachers to hold a very high moral standard. They are role models for students.”