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Ex-Porn Star Quits School Cafeteria Job After Uproar

A porn star-turned-elementary school cafeteria worker and playground monitor resigned from her position this week after causing a legal uproar in a New Jersey school district, MyFOXPhilly reported.

Tuck's past as Crystal Gunns, an adult entertainer with a big Internet following, came to light in November and sparked a national debate about her job with the school.

She submitted a one-sentence resignation to her Vineland, N.J., employer saying she was leaving "in good standing." The letter did not indicate why she was quitting, MyFOXPhilly reported.

When Tuck's past was revealed in November some parents in the school district, as well as the board of education president, wanted her fired, but district officials were advised by their lawyers and those from the New Jersey School Board Association they had no legal grounds to terminate the 32-year-old from her $5,772-a-year part-time job.

Click here to see photos of Crystal Gunns.

At the time, Vineland School District Superintendent Charles Ottinger released a statement saying, "It's one thing if it's an illegal activity, because that would come up in the check. There is no way for us to know if a person is involved in these types of activities."

As Crystal Gunns, Tuck was a cover model for Score Magazine, made an appearance on the "Jenny Jones Show" and appeared in at least three adult movies.

"If this is about morality, our president-elect has admitted to doing crack, and he's our president. Does that make him a bad person?" Tuck said in November, referring to one of Barack Obama's books, in which he admits trying cocaine. "Bill Clinton smoked pot. Does that make him a bad person?"

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