Porn pics past of Hartlepool mum at centre of tattoo row

REVEALED: One of the websites featuring pictures of Charlotte Tumilty
REVEALED: One of the websites featuring pictures of Charlotte Tumilty

A TRAINEE teaching assistant at the centre of a tattoo row faces fresh controversry after it emerged she posed for X-rated pictures.

Naked images of Hartlepool woman Charlotte Tumilty have emerged on various websites.

Despite removing her piercings and covering most of her tattoos, Mum of two, Charlotte Tumilty, 26, had to leave school on her first day as a teaching assistant after being asked to cover tattoos on her hand and neck. See SWNS story SWINK; A teaching assistant was sent home on her first day of a new job because of her TATTOOS - and told to cover them up with BANDAGES. Mum-of-two Charlotte Tumilty, 26, had been interviewed and given the role but was turned away within an hour of starting. She had been given a trainee position as part of her teacher training course at St John Vianneys Primary School in Hartlepool. But within an hour told her tattoos were a problem sent home were because the school  is 'strict Catholic''.

Despite removing her piercings and covering most of her tattoos, Mum of two, Charlotte Tumilty, 26, had to leave school on her first day as a teaching assistant after being asked to cover tattoos on her hand and neck. See SWNS story SWINK; A teaching assistant was sent home on her first day of a new job because of her TATTOOS - and told to cover them up with BANDAGES. Mum-of-two Charlotte Tumilty, 26, had been interviewed and given the role but was turned away within an hour of starting. She had been given a trainee position as part of her teacher training course at St John Vianneys Primary School in Hartlepool. But within an hour told her tattoos were a problem sent home were because the school is 'strict Catholic''.

The pictures show the 26-year-old in revealing poses, with some showing full nudity.

Images of the mum-of-two, who goes under the online name of Charlie Horizon, have appeared on various websites.

Pictures seen by the Mail show a nude Charlotte in compromising positions.

Charlotte admitted to the Mail that she had done some “old” pictures from when she was 18 and that she regretted them, but refused to comment further.

Charlotte Tumilty, who was sent home from a teaching placement at St John Vianny School on King Oswy Drive yesterday (MONDAY) morning after the tattoos she claims she had told the school about were deemed unsuitable.

Charlotte Tumilty, who was sent home from a teaching placement at St John Vianny School on King Oswy Drive yesterday (MONDAY) morning after the tattoos she claims she had told the school about were deemed unsuitable.

On one of the sites, Charlotte describes herself as Charlie and her age is 23.

She writes: “I’m my own person in my own world I lead my own unique style and I don’t follow anyone elses fashion trend.

“I have numerous tattoos I am a walking sketch book full of art.

“I create and design my own clothes.

“I wanna show that a modifide body can be beautiful.”

Many of the pictures on her profile on this site are unviewable on work computers.

Someone taking up a placement or job at a school would have to undergo a disclosure and barring service (DBS) check, which replaced the former CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) check, but that is only for a disclosure of criminal convictions.

Any appointment would be subject to satisfactory references.

Charlotte, of Bruntoft Avenue, West View, told the Mail on Wednesday that she had been sent home from a placement at St John Vianney Primary School, in the town’s King Oswy Drive, because of her tattoos.

Charlotte had claimed a staff member said her tattoos were “inappropriate”.

She had said she was being “prejudiced” against because of her body art.

But bosses at the school insisted that Charlotte was not told she could not work in the school, but that she was asked to consider covering up her tattoos and return to her placement later this week.

Charlotte had said she had been invited back to the school later this week, but didn’t hold out much hope of it working as some of her tattoos were still visible.

And 79 per cent of Mail readers who took part in the hartlepoolmail.co.uk online poll voted ‘yes’ to the question: ‘Should teaching staff have to cover up tattoos in the classroom?’