New York school principal's movie role as gangsta angers parents
(FOX News) - The principal of a Bronx elementary school moonlights as an actress, starring in a bloody B-movie as a vicious gangbanger who deals drugs, robs, rapes and murders.
Anissa Chalmers, principal of PS 132 in Morrisania, plays a gangsta who shoots an innocent woman in an initiation rite, rapes and kills a man for revenge, and slaughters three others in the un-rated "Gang Girl."
In real life, Chalmers, 40, is under investigation by the city Department of Education for an undisclosed allegation, an agency spokeswoman said.
Over 112 days in the current academic year, her school has seen 172 reported student "incidents," including 111 offenses such as smoking, cursing and misusing property. PS 132 has been the scene of several recent violent altercations among kids, and two secretaries were charged with theft.
"Gang Girl" was released in 2009, about three years after Chalmers was named principal of PS 132, where she makes $129,920 a year.