Meet Alexandra Handwerger, an English teacher who works at Miami’s Hebrew Academy. Obviously, Alexandra is an attractive woman, and is proud of how she looks. So proud, in fact, that she allegedly sent naked photos to a former student.
An English teacher who worked at the Hebrew Academy, a Jewish private school, lost her job after school administrators claimed her nude videos and photos were shared with a former male student who had since graduated.
Miami Beach Police are investigating Alexandra Handwerger, also known as Alex Lowe, after the school reported her to police on Feb. 19. The school dismissed her on Jan. 30.
Okay, I’m already calling bullshit. If the kid is a former student and is over eighteen years of age, I don’t see how (or why) the Miami P.D. is vigorously prosecuting this case. The school is within its rights to fire Alexandra, but I cannot see how she is successfully prosecuted.
According to an incident report, school administrators received an anonymous email informing them that a teacher was sending inappropriate pictures. The email also had a phone number, which school officials called. It lead them to an administrator of a school in Israel.
According to the report, the instructor said that “his male students, who were 18 years old or over, in his school were getting inappropriate photos/ videos (nude photos) from a female teacher that works at Hebrew Academy.”
An anonymous email and a phone number to a school in Israel. Yep, this is a rock-solid case that Miami should focus all its attention toward. Forget the murders, drugs, and human trafficking; THIS is the case we need to solve!
When Handwerger, 48, was questioned by the school’s director of operations as to how the former students obtained the photos, the report stated that she didn’t recall but admitted to taking the photos.
Look, the woman’s life is already ruined. Her career is finished, her husband will likely leave her, and her reputation is forever ruined. Prosecuting her for sending photos to adult former students is something my department would do; and we’re the worst department on the east coast.