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Law Professor Emails SHOCKING Porn Video To Entire Class

If The Daily Caller has said it once, we’ve said it 1,000 times: Always check the links you send — especially at work — to make sure you aren’t linking to a video of a woman stuffing herself with anal beads on a pornography website.

Sadly, Drexel University School of Law professor Lisa McElroy failed to heed this advice, and she is now paying a steep, fairly absurd price.

For whatever reason, McElroy sent the link to students in one of her courses last week, according to Above The Law.

“I thought this article on brief writing would be interesting to all of you,” the text of the professor’s corresponding email reads.

Next comes a link from Pornhub.com, the gi-normous pornography website.

“The pornhub link is legit,” Above The Law’s tipster assures. “She cancelled her afternoon upper-level classes.”

TheDC can vouch for the legitimacy of the link as well. It is not safe for work.

The 13-minute, 21-second video is very appropriately titled “She Loves Her Anal Beads.”

The woman in the video is not McElroy.

The video has been viewed 131,062 times as of early Tuesday morning. It receives positive reviews from 75 percent of Pornhub’s discerning porn viewers.

In response to what must have been a a world-historical faux pas by McElroy, or a computer worm or a hack job, bureaucrats at Drexel have placed McElroy on leave pending a sexual harassment investigation, Above The Law’s source said.

“Drexel has been made aware of the email that a professor sent to her class of law students that erroneously included a link to inappropriate material,” a school representative told Inside Higher Ed. “The University takes all matters of this nature seriously.”

A dean at the urban Philadelphia law school will teach her courses for the rest of the semester.

The scandal has taken on the name “Beadgate” among law students at Drexel.

In 2010, a happier time for the Dartmouth College and Harvard Law grad, McElroy appeared as an effusive contestant on “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.” She won $5,000.

“Beadgate” is not the first time a female university faculty member has sent porn to students.

In October 2013, a female University of Iowa pre-calculus teaching assistant accidentally sent nude images of herself to 28 students. “Hi Class,” her chipper email read. “I attach the solutions for number 76 and 78 in this email.” The purported solutions turned out to be a set of photos and videos of the unidentified teacher along with an unidentified male. The two are naked as jaybirds and having all kinds of self-propelled fun. (RELATED: Teaching Assistant Inadvertently Emails Explicit Nude Images To Her Students)

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