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Parents outraged after GA substitute teacher allegedly posts students’ pictures online

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Parents are outraged after a Coweta County substitute teacher is accused of using a website that allows users to post secretly-taken photos of women to post photos he took of his East Coweta High students. 

It's a website that carries an 18 and over warning, called "the Reddit creepshot webpage." 

The site features thousands of photos of women who had no idea they were being photographed, but it's several pictures of students inside a classroom at East Coweta High that have the attention of local authorities.

School officials say they called the Coweta County Sheriff's Department to investigate the substitute teacher. 

They say he hasn't been allowed in a classroom since the allegations and in fact is no longer a school employee.

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