A North Texas high school teacher who was exposed by Libs of TikTok for dressing in drag in front of his students has resigned.

A video shared on X just last month showed the male teacher, identified as Rachmad Tjachyadi of Hebron High School in Lewisville ISD, roaming the halls of the school while wearing a pink dress and pink cowboy hat.

Another post showed Tjachyadi at school dressed in an Ursula costume, from the Disney animated movie The Little Mermaid.

In another photograph, the science teacher is shown sporting a sparkly red dress and high-heeled shoes at the school’s prom.

Libs of TikTok accused the school of allowing the teacher to break the school’s dress code, which states that expected attire for men at prom is a dress shirt and tie, suit and tie, or a tuxedo.

Now the teacher has resigned following the exposure.

Brady Gray, president of Texas Family Project, told Texas Scorecard when the story broke last month, “Texans across the state should take notice and hold their schools accountable. Gone are the days of believing this happens elsewhere but not in my town. If it’s not there today, without accountability and vigilance, it will be tomorrow.”

“I am thankful this man is no longer in the classroom in Lewisville ISD,” Gray said after the resignation. “However, a resignation is not the appropriate remedy for his actions. Lewisville ISD should have fired him and ensured that any district he attempts to go to in the future is aware of the cause for termination. Parents in Lewisville ISD must demand more from their administrators and school board. This behavior is perverse and should have never been allowed. Administration should be answering to how this happened, why did this pervert feel welcome to behave and dress this way at school/work, why it wasn’t stopped, and why he was allowed to resign.”

Lewisville ISD is no stranger to teacher scandals. A former “teacher of the year” at a district elementary school faces up to 99 years in prison for allegedly sexually assaulting a 10-year-old student.

Brandon Waltens

Brandon serves as the Senior Editor for Texas Scorecard. After managing successful campaigns for top conservative legislators and serving as a Chief of Staff in the Texas Capitol, Brandon moved outside the dome in order to shine a spotlight on conservative victories and establishment corruption in Austin. @bwaltens