Lingerie model\teacher's aide Kaitlin Pearson was reinstated back in her job after being suspended for posing in lingerie as a racy model for amateur shoots and sporting events.

Kaitlin Pearson, 23, was suspended after someone sent photos of the model in racy lingerie was sent to her boss was allowed back in the classroom to resume her position as a special needs teacher in South Street Elementary in Fitchburg on Tuesday.  Some images sent to Kaitlin Pearson's boss showed her posing in bikinis at sports events, and she has appeared in various shoots in lingerie for amateur magazines.  On the cover of Models Mania, Kaitlin Pearson appears topless, embracing another topless girl.  The pictures were sent to her boss with a note saying "Can you believe that this girl was hired to work with special education children in the Fitchburg schools?!!' 

The model, often erroneously referred to online as 'Kaitlyn Peterson', was reinstated after Fitchburg schools superintendent Andre Ravenelle said that he had reviewed 'all relevant information' in relation to her second job.  He confirmed that Kaitlin Pearson's second job had no bearing on her teaching job. 

The lingerie model has not been available for comment, but it is said she is 'delighted' because she 'loves her job'.   Kaitlin Pearson has previously been quoted as being confused by the suspension, saying that she sees herself as a 'role model' for her students.  

Parents have had a mixed reaction to Kaitlin Pearson's lingerie shoots.  Some voiced concern about her being a suitable role model, while others encouraged her work as a lingerie model, praising her for keeping her jobs and private life separate.  

Meanwhile, women named Kaitlyn Peterson are finding themselves the target of some unwanted attention after various mispellings of the lingerie model's name in the press.  Kaitlin Pearson's story has gone viral across various news stations, but some erroneous spellings of her name has been leading women named Kaitlyn Peterson to be targeted on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.