A TEACHER remains silent after being suspended from her post for writing a novel where her pupils have sexual fantasies about her.
Leonora Rustamova, from Ainley Top, wrote, ‘Stop! Don’t Read This’ featuring five real pupils at Calder High School in Mythomroyd.
Her mum Lois Huck told the Examiner Leonora was asked by the school to say nothing and that her daughter was honouring that promise.
Since being suspended in January, Miss Rustamova has not spoken publicly to defend her actions.
The story she wrote and published online contains swear words and referred to real life named pupils flirting with a teacher.
One pupil is described as flirting and fantasising with the 39-year-old teacher as she wrote: “It’s getting harder and harder just to see them as kids.”
Two characters are said to be sunbathing topless ‘looking like gorgeous Mr Gay UK finalists in an area of Britain where there is some pretty stiff competition’
Real headteacher Mr Stephen Ball is mentioned while pupils miss lessons, steal phones and set themselves on fire.
The book ends with boys revealing to police a drugs store beneath the school but some cocaine goes missing before officers arrive.
It reads: “I suppose the boys had earned a hell of a ritzy summer holiday”.
Mother-of-one, Miss Rustamova is known as Miss Rusty by pupils at the school.
She was suspended after publishing the book online in mid-January.
Colleague Steve Cann, who is thought to be a union representative, was also suspended.
Pupils formed mass demonstrations and formed Facebook groups to support the two teachers and reinstate them at the Brier Hill Lane school.
The school is still in the process of deciding whether the teachers will return.