Update 12.5.23 : Libs of TikTok reports that the teacher will not be working in White County Schools any longer and that the district has cut ties with the agency they used to hire him.
Original article posted November 17, 2023 –
The Tennessee Conservative [By Paula Gomes] –
Another disturbed individual has been found working with young children in a Tennessee public school. Nicholas Jones, who dresses as a female while at work at Woodland Park Elementary School in White County posted angry rants about hating America and worshiping Satan, among other things.
Jones, who was confirmed to have been hired by a third party to work in White County Schools by District Superintendent Kurt Dronebarger, posted publicly about hating America last year after the Supreme Court overturned Roe vs Wade.
“Dear America, You are DISGUSTING. And only continue to become more and more awful! I F***ING HATE IT HERE! I HATE THIS COUNTRY! And I will be leaving it the moment I can afford to,” wrote Jones.
On his now private TikTok page, Jones dresses as a character from an adult animated musical television series about demons in hell. “Angel Dust” enters hell after dying from an overdose of phencyclidine (PCP) in 1947 and becomes an adult film superstar in the underworld. On Jones’ profile, he calls himself a “certified slut” and includes emojis commonly known to be sexually suggestive.
In another screenshot with the Instagram username “kinkylakille” Jones uses the hashtags #dragqueen, #drag, and #gay among others.
The name is also associated with an OnlyFans account.
A parent in White County who removed her children from the school earlier this week after discovering that Jones worked there tried to get confirmation from Assistant Principal Amber Mullinax in a face to face conversation that was recorded.
Mullinax demanded to know how the parent got Jones’ name and repeatedly stated that he was not employed by White County Schools.
On the White County School District website, Superintendent Dronebarger posted on Wednesday about a resource for parents concerned about Snapchat and other social media apps. The district partners with Family Zone, “a leading provider of cyber safety and products and education, to create an education hub for parents and teachers.”
Clicking on the link to that hub brings parents to a message that states that White County Schools “is continually committed to developing an atmosphere of trust among parents and the community in our ability to provide not only a positive and enriching educational experience but a safe place for students to thrive.”
The Tennessee Conservative reached out to the White County School board and Woodland Park Elementary School Principal Juli Johnson for comment. Two board members declined to comment referring us instead to the District Superintendent to whom a copy of our request was sent.
White County School Superintendent Kurt Dronebarger replied to our request for comment after we sent him screenshots from Jones’ Only Fans account stating:
“Thank you for your email and your concern for students. This individual is not and has never been an employee of White County Schools. This person is an employee of an outside company. This company had occasionally sent employees to work in our schools, but we have since cut ties with this organization. We expect all outside vendors to adhere to the same standards of professionalism we set for the employees of White County Schools. We have communicated these expectations to the remaining vendors in this space and we do not anticipate any recurring problems. Thank you again for your concerns and for reaching out.”
Last month, the district suspended Austin Damon Allen, a middle school social studies teacher and softball and football coach, after allegations that he participated in sexual activities with a minor. Allen was later charged with three counts of rape of a child on October 27th.
About the Author: Paula Gomes is a Tennessee resident and reporter for The Tennessee Conservative. You can reach Paula at firstname.lastname@example.org.