UPDATED June 2 with a statement from Harborth.

A Houston-area elementary school teacher filmed sexually explicit videos of herself while on campus, and community leaders are demanding that her teaching certificate be revoked.

Adrienne Harborth was a music teacher at Gray Elementary in Lamar Consolidated Independent School District in Fort Bend County near Houston.

Harborth can be seen in two videos shaking her bare breasts and buttocks while in a classroom and a bathroom at the school. Harborth’s school ID badge with her name printed on it is also visible.

Censored versions of the videos, first posted by Grizzy’s Hood News under the title “Teacher Gone Wild,” have gone viral on the internet.

Harborth has since told Texas Scorecard she filmed the videos on the weekend, not during school hours, and that an ex-boyfriend released the videos as revenge porn.

“You really can’t make this stuff up,” said Quanell X during a press conference Wednesday outside the school with fellow community activist Candice Matthews.

Matthews said she confirmed Harborth’s identity with district officials, who told her Harborth was no longer employed by the district but for reasons unrelated to the videos.

“The administration had no idea of the videos,” she said.

Matthews said district administrators did not want her to make details of the videos public because they did not want the community to feel like they weren’t doing their job.

“Now that you know about the video, now we expect for you to do your job. We expect for you to go to the Texas Education Agency; we expect for you to put a block on this teacher so this teacher cannot go to another school and do this type of foolishness. This can be the same type of teacher that can touch a child,” she said.

“This is how demented teachers go from one district to the next,” she added. “So that’s why we are calling this out. We are not going to sweep this under the rug.”

Harborth previously taught music at Burton Elementary in Fort Bend ISD.

Quanell X said canceling Harborth’s contract was not enough.

He demanded that Lamar CISD officials ban Harborth from teaching in the district, advise TEA to revoke her teaching certification, and have law enforcement interview her students to ensure she hadn’t done anything inappropriate.

“If she would do this in the classroom, what else will she do?” he added. “This woman should never ever be allowed to be an educator. This woman should never be allowed to work around children ever again.”

Lamar CISD told Fox 26 News in a statement that the district was investigating Harborth’s actions and would report any criminal behavior or conduct violating the Texas Educator’s Code of Ethics to the appropriate agencies.

Harborth’s teaching certificate, first issued in 2018, shows she is currently under investigation by the TEA.

“Let’s make sure the school district protects the state of Texas children so she can’t run from one district to another seeking employment because it’s not in her personnel file what she was terminated for, or why she’s banned from the district,” said Quanell X.

“Your porn days [are] over, and also your teacher days,” added Matthews. “You do not sexualize our children.”

Texas Scorecard has reported on dozens of Texas teachers charged with sexual misconduct involving students.

Erin Anderson

Erin Anderson is a Senior Journalist for Texas Scorecard, reporting on state and local issues, events, and government actions that impact people in communities throughout Texas and the DFW Metroplex. A native Texan, Erin grew up in the Houston area and now lives in Collin County.