Porn Star Wannabe Busted for Bad Behavior on Facebook

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NEW YORK CITY — from www.dnainfo.com – A city school worker with porn-star aspirations allegedly asked a female student for some action on Facebook — and suggested she become his agent in the adult-film industry.

Michael Alberti, 31, was a paraprofessional at Juan Morel Campos Secondary School in Williamsburg, until a city investigator’s report said a female student told officials he acted “creepy” with her and asked her to manage him in the skin-flick business.

The student claimed she and Alberti started corresponding on Facebook in February 2012 because he knew her boyfriend, a former student at Juan Morel Campos.

The student and her boyfriend shared a Facebook account, according to investigators. Her chat with Alberti began about a job opportunity for her boyfriend, but the discussion turned X-rated when Alberti said he wanted to quit his school gig and get into porn, according to the report.

The student told the investigator that Alberti then suggested she become his agent. He allegedly added that she should make a porno with him — so she could test his talent before signing him as a client. Alberti also wondered how mad the student’s boyfriend would get if they did make a stag film, the report says.

A week later, the dopey DOE worker allegedly claimed to the student that he taped a porno.

“I did a booboo last night lol,” he wrote in a Facebook conversation, according to the report. “I made a nudie movie last night lol.”

The student told investigators that she removed Alberti from her friend list after the comment.

Alberti reported to investigators in March that he thought he could be the boyfriend’s Facebook friend because the student no longer attended Juan Morel Campos.

Alberti said he thought he was making inappropriate jokes to the boyfriend, adding he would never have made those jokes to the female student, the report says.

Alberti, who worked at the school for seven years, was fired over the incident. He did not respond to a message sent to him on Facebook.

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