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Update: Samantha Ardente, Canadian Porn Star who Worked at High School, Fired

April 8, 2011 by Brett Wilkins in Education, Sex with 3 Comments

Ardente, right, in a scene from “Serial Abusers 2”

On March 30, we brought you the salacious story of Samantha Ardente, a high school office clerk from Levis, Québec, who also starred in pornographic movies. When a 14-year-old male student in the school recognized her in a film called “Serial Abusers 2” and asked for her autograph, Ardente refused. It turned out to be a bad move– the student created a Facebook page in her name, replete with a racy photo of the school employee in her underwear. Ardente– and the student who outed her– were both suspended.

Now the same school board who suspended Ardente has fired her. At a special meeting Thursday evening, the board asserted that Ardente’s adult film career was incompatible with her day job. “We believe the actions that led to this incident are inappropriate, unacceptable and incompatible with not only our mission but also with the values we wish to convey to our young students,” board chairman Leopold Castonguay was quoted in the Toronto Sun.
Ardente agreed to stop making porno movies in an unsuccessful bid to save her school job. She also said she was prepared to transfer to a different school. But according to the Toronto Sun, talks broke down over a demand that Ardente make “unspecified changes to her personal life.”

“There are some things that I could not accept,” she said. “I promised not to make (porn), but it was not enough for them.”

Ardente says she regrets starring in adult films. “I misjudged the consequences,” she said. “I did not expect the media scandal. I regret this for sure.”

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3 Comments

  1. Gianmarco Conegliano via FacebookApril 8, 2011 at 8:59 pmReply

    Damn! I knew I went to the wrong high school!

  2. Dan LevyApril 10, 2011 at 2:33 pmReply

    I read a quote from the guy who hired her and owns the adult film company he said she was worried that she might lose her secretary job when she agreed to do the film so she clearly knew that was a possibility.

    What strikes me as sheer idiocy is she didn’t realize the demographic at her work place – teenage boys – is probably the second most likely to find her out for being in a porn movie! I say those boys are second most likely because IMHO the most likely demographic is teenage boys who don’t go to a co-ed school like the one Samantha Ardente worked in. But ya, essentially they’re the same.

    Teenage boys are some of the horniest living things on the planet – if you’re working in a high school filled with them AND starring in porn you’re asking to get caught.

  3. ChimeritoApril 21, 2011 at 6:32 amReply

    The school should pay her a load of money in compensation for this dismissal… she did the right thing by turning down the 14 year old’s demand for a BJ, so she has demonstrated the correct moral fibre for working in the school environment!

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