Director in Oklahoma in the USA by day drag queen

Director in Oklahoma in the USA by day, drag queen by night: after threats and pressure he is forced to resign

An Oklahoma principal who worked as a school teacher for more than 20 years was reportedly forced to resign after his drag queen hobby came to the attention of the American leader.

“I am a very professional person – I have worked very hard […] I am dedicated to education and trying to make it a better cause. But they destroyed me and I don't know where I'm going or what I'm doing now. “It was a nightmare,” Shane Murnan lamented in an interview with NBC News.

On Monday, the principal of John Glenn Elementary School in Oklahoma City's Western Heights School District had to decide to formalize his resignation after learning he would be sent back if he didn't leave voluntarily.

The man, who worked as a teacher in schools for around twenty years, never had a problem with his hobby as a drag queen, which he pursued in the evenings and on weekends, until an anonymous letter was published last fall, reports the American media.

“[Les deux emplois] have never been in conflict with each other. Then someone took it [l’information]“He ran with it and tried to make it a spectacle even though it isn’t,” he insisted.

The anonymous letter said in passing that the director had been charged with possession of child pornography in 2001, although the charges were dismissed by two judges for lack of evidence. According to NBC News, the educator then accused a colleague of making up the allegations.

However, his ordeal would have reached new heights if the letter had reached the ears of State Commissioner Ryan Walters, known for his inflammatory comments, who would have denounced the situation by calling for his immediate dismissal.

Ryan Walters also reportedly said he wanted to introduce regulations that would allow educators to be fired for “acts that excessively promote sexuality” outside of work, “in the presence of a minor or in a manner accessible to minors on the Internet.” it says to the American media.

Those comments allegedly led to a barrage of threats against the school district and superintendent and forced him to work remotely because he posed a safety risk on school grounds before he was placed on administrative leave in January.