A truly offensive video has gone viral on social media.
It shows a white Pennsylvania middle school teacher going on a racist and expletive-ridden tirade at a black parent.
On Thursday morning, Rasheed Noel was dropping off his child at Drexel Hill Middle School, in Delaware County near Philadelphia.
There he was involved in a minor fender-bender in the school parking lot with a female teacher. According to the The Daily Times the teacher in the video is Renee Greeley.
The incident soon sparked a verbal dispute that quickly escalated.
Greeley is a technology instructor at Drexel Hill Middle School.
A screenshot of her now-deleted Facebook page reveals that the 46-year-old Greeley listed her job as a “Business, Computer and Information Technology Teacher at Upper Darb.”
Greeley described herself as an “adventure chaser” who loves “sports, motorcycles, motorcorss, the beach and outdoor activities.”
The now viral video shows Greeley examining the damage to the back of her pickup truck.
During this time she is filmed making derogatory statements at father Rasheed Noel.
“You’re probably on welfare, too,” Greeley snaps at Noel.
After Noel assures her that he earns six figures a year – Greeley dismisses his statement as “bulls***.”
“Just because I’m young and I’m black is the reason you would say that?” Noel asks her.
“That’s right, because you’re black,” Greeley unashamedly says back.
She then rants about African-Americans “always looking to milk the system, and you see me, a white woman, and you think I got money.”
The teacher then brags that she could pay cash to repair the damage to her vehicle, then tells Noel, “ah, you go f*** off, n*****.”
The man appears to be taken aback by the racial slurs and says, “excuse me?”
The teacher shoots back, “You heard me.”
Upper Darby Superintendent Dan McGarry sent out a statement Thursday evening confirming they had seen the shocking video..
Aaronda Beauford, Director of Communications for the Upper Darby School District, revealed in an email that Greeley was hired in 2008.
“The protocol for staff on administrative leave is that they are afforded due process and an informal hearing with administration which took place on October 10th,” the spokesperson wrote. “The process depends on whether the staff member elects to go before the school Board for a formal hearing or to arbitration.”
Noel later took to his Facebook page, and commended the district administrators for their quick action.
“They are doing everything in their power to make sure people like this teacher become non existent in any school,” he wrote. “After meeting with the superintendent of Upper Darby school district and his staff, I’m hear to say they absolutely care about their community.”