SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. - A high school teacher in Seminole County has been suspended for allegedly playing some controversial music in her classroom.
"Rack City," by the rapper Tyga, was allegedly one of two explicit songs Heather Michelle recently played to a room full of students at Crooms Academy.
On Wednesday, she started a five-day suspension for playing the music.
The school district suspended her, "misconduct in office."
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