The Newport-Mesa Unified School District has pulled from its schools a video on the dangers of inappropriate texting and Internet posting that featured Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard.
The recall happened quietly in late January, one day after Hubbard's sexually charged e-mails to a former colleague were published in the Orange County Register.
"It would not be appropriate for us to continue to promote and use the original version [of the DVD] under the current circumstances," Laura Boss, the district's spokeswoman, said in a statement.
Prosecutors have used the flirtatious e-mails — filled with double entendres — as Hubbard's motive for allegedly giving his former subordinate at the Beverly Hills school district an unauthorized $20,000 bonus and a 233% boost in her monthly car allowance.
Hubbard, who is divorced, had told the Daily Pilot that he had no relationship with the woman outside work.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled in January that there was enough evidence for Hubbard to stand trial on two felony counts of misappropriation of public funds.