Some of the local grad students were also doing it, and the assistant English prof thought it would be an easy supplement to a meager public school salary in a time of personal financial hardship. She compared their work to creative writing assigments.
She wasn't that creative though, because one of the characters she impersonated was "a stern teacher ready to punish unruly students."
The real problem arose when the prof and a fellow grad student in creative writing, who also worked at the phone sex company, agreed to be photgraphed doing the naughty-naughty. Of course those pictures ended up exposed to some parents' eyes, and the battle began.
"Ms. Chávez filed a discrimination complaint with the state alleging that the accusations against her stemmed from bias based on her being Hispanic and bisexual."And now there are lawsuits, and counter-lawsuits.