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A South Carolina teacher is suing her school district after a student shared an intimate picture on social media, leading to her losing her job. 19 grabbed the partially nude photo of Leigh Anne Arthur, a teacher at Union County High School in Union, from her phone when she left it on her desk while on hallway patrol duty.Arthur resigned the following day after the district superintendent told her she bore some of the responsibility for keeping racy photos private and gave her the option to go through a dismissal process or resign.While she admits her phone wasn't password-protected, she has said she felt the student deserves the blame.

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Related: South Carolina Teacher Resigns After Student Spreads Nude Photo The picture was intended for her husband for Valentine's Day, Arthur said, adding that her phone wasn't password-protected.

She resigned from the school after the district superintendent told her she bore some of the responsibility for keeping racy photos private and gave her the option to go through a dismissal process or resign. "He had to hit my apps button and to open up all my apps and then open my gallery," she said.

Lucas has had a drunk, lost student pound on her door at a.m.

A neighboring home’s door was busted by another student who was also in the wrong place.

“The inner city neighborhoods have a very special bond about them.” April Lucas, who lives in University Hill near Five Points, says she knows not all students are binge drinkers or problematic.

But when rental properties outnumber single-family property owners, it’s hard to tackle issues that flow from the party atmosphere that comes with too many of the students who’d rather live off campus.

Two women from that location were taken to the hospital that night.

Both incidents are part of a growing concern for the residents of Columbia’s neighborhoods who are worried fed up homeowners will just sell their homes and leave for the suburbs, exacerbating the problem of too many homes turning into rentals for rowdy students.

“I don’t think that the city is aware of the tipping point of our in-town neighborhoods,” said Kit Smith, a Wales Garden resident who has organized a coalition of neighborhoods that are working with city and USC officials to address the concerns.

“We need to really work hard and come up with a good strategy to protect the quality of life around the neighborhood,” Smith said.

David Eubanks against me along with policies and due process not appropriately followed by Union County School District," Arthur said in a statement obtained by NBC affiliate WYFF in Greenville.

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