Guess she made the cut…
According to a report from The New York Post, Shellyne Rodriguez, the former Manhattan college professor who held a machete to a New York Post reporter’s neck, has landed on her feet with a brand new gig.
Shellyne Rodriguez is listed as an adjunct instructor at the Cooper Union in the East Village; she’s teaching a sculpting class. Cooper Union confirmed her employment status.
From The New York Post:
Rodriguez was fired from her roles as a professor at both Hunter College and the School of Visual Arts after she was caught threatening and then chasing a veteran Post reporter with a machete on May 23.
She was charged with harassment and menacing following the violent encounter which began when the scribe and a photographer knocked on the door of her Bronx apartment to get comment on a viral video featuring the professor.
Rodriguez was caught on the video cursing and yelling at a group of Hunter students who set up a table with anti-abortion pamphlets and materials on May 2.
More over at The New York Post:
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