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A TEACHER was FIRED after images surfaced of her appearing kicking and hitting a distressed horse.
A sickly viral video shows mother and elementary school teacher Sarah Molds lashing out at the white pony after she hit the road in the East Midlands.
It was revealed last month that the 37-year-old Molds of Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, was under investigation by the RSPCA following the circulation of the images.
And the Mowbray Education Trust said she had been suspended during a formal investigation.
Now, the trust has said the mother of two has been officially fired from her jobs as a teacher at Somerby primary school and director of Knossington & Somerby preschool in Leicestershire.
Paul Maddox, COO of the Mowbray Education Trust, told the BBC: “I can confirm that Sarah Molds’ employment with the trust has ended.
“As a trust, we are committed to ensuring the highest level of education for all of our youth and we look forward to continuing this through the 2021/22 academic year and beyond.”
The video was shared last month by Hertfordshire Hunt Saboteurs, an anti-hunting group, who posted the images online after monitoring the event.
The woman in the clip, dressed in cream pants and a navy blue jacket, can be seen acting aggressively towards the animal.
The huntress is filmed kicking and hitting the horse before putting it in a horse box by the neck of the head.
Molds is believed to be part of the Cottesmore Hunt, a Rutland-based foxhound hunting herd, and was surrounded by other horsemen at the time of the incident.
After the incident, Cottesmore Hunt reportedly said that he did not tolerate the actions shown in the video “under any circumstances.”
After the images were posted online, dozens of people contacted the RSPCA to report the incident.
The RSPCA said in a statement: “This footage is truly disturbing. We will always review complaints made to us about animal welfare.”
The Hunting Office condemned the woman’s actions, saying she is not a member of hunting associations.
A spokesman for the Bureau of Hunting said: “The Bureau of Hunting expects the highest level of animal welfare at all times, both on and off the hunting ground, and condemns the actions taken by this individual, who is not a member of the hunting associations. “