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Former Sarasota Schools Employee Caught With 'Secret Life Of The MILF' Sex Blog

Desiree Henegar, former Sarasota County Schools' assistant budget director, resigned from her post in Hernando County where she was the chief financial officer.

The Hernando Schools chief financial officer who was caught blogging sexually explicit posts on Tumblr and Twitter during work hours was formerly employed as Sarasota County Schools' assistant budget director.

Desiree Henegar's Tumblr account under Floridagirl46 was discovered by the Tampa Bay Times where the timeline of her posts showed that she posted sexually explicit posts and blogged during work hours, including workshops and budget meetings, the paper reported.

Henegar initially told the Tampa Bay Times it was her account and would delete the account, the paper reported Thursday.

However, the Tumblr blog "Secret Life of the MILF Next Door" [Ed. Note: Not Suitable For Work] remains public as of this post with new sexually explicit posts published Friday and Thursday, but all prior ones have been removed. Her Twitter account of the same name, FloridaGirl46, was removed, but a cached version still exists on Google where she linked her Tumblr profile.

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What's available of her Twitter profile shows suggestive posts and conversations, including one on June 9 that said she is "just a closet perv whoring for attention :)." Henegar's digital trail will remain despite the deletion as other sites archive Twitter posts, including one, Favstar, that archives favorite/starred tweets.

The Tampa Bay Times included some sample Tumblr posts that connected her work life in its initial report:

"Sitting in an extremely boring meeting next to my big boss who has nasty cigar breath," she wrote at 11:13 a.m. "UGH!! I need to get out of here!!"

At 2:12 p.m, she posted an explicit image of two women performing oral sex on a man.

"Having inappropriate thoughts during a Board meeting," she wrote in a caption.

Hernando Superintendent Bryan Blavatt told the Tampa Bay Times Friday morning that Henegar submitted her resignation and will be considered by the school board on Jan. 22.

SH January 06, 2013 at 02:00 AM
Don't think it is what she did but the timing she did it in ( work time is work time) and sorry but anyone male or female that does what she did while being paid to work neds to go- ( OK could well mean half the government employees in the country but we do need to cut spending)

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