Anna Michelle Walters, a substitute teacher at Cosby High School in Virginia, has been fired after allegedly having sex with and sending inappropriate pictures to a recent graduate, Justin Foster. 

Walters also texted Foster, who is now 18-years-old and a West Virginia University student. Foster showed the text messages on his Twitter page.

“I like it” Foster wrote to Walters, to which she allegedly replied, “Of course you do. You’re [expletive] the substitute. That’s like you’re [sic] whole class’ fantasy.”

In a longer text, the substitute teacher reportedly wrote, “But what I meant was that for some reason you make me want to do things that I shouldn’t or wouldn’t normally do. And by shouldn’t I mean like the fact that youre [sic] so much younger than me and a student of mine and moms. It’s wrong on some levels, you have to admit.

"And the way we talk and things we have done are things I would never do with anyone else in your position but for some reason, I do with you and I feel okay about it.”

While Walters may have thought these personal exchanges were private, Foster had no problem making them public for his over 2,000 followers.

Foster also publicized the nude pictures Walters sent him. While many on Twitter are saying Foster has bragging rights and is cool for what he did, others do not feel the same. 

Foster is claiming he is a victim in this situation, but user @PSachkovsky wrote to him, “If you were really a ‘victim’ you wouldn’t be on here bragging about ruining someone’s life," while @_element33 wrote, “You are clearly not the victim in the situation.”

Foster replied, “awh [sic] come on? Cause [sic] I’m a guy I can’t be the victim #narrowminded.”

Meanwhile, others are supporting Foster. @Brooklynite wrote, “And everyone needs to stop blaming HIM!! He didn’t ruin her life, she ruined her own life! DON’T SLEEP WITH STUDENTS!”

Before releasing the nude photos, Foster, who uses the Twitter handle @DubVeeU,  wrote, “Hahahaha oh man [expletive] going down tonight please if you attend Cosby or used to please be on twitter it’ll be a treat.”

An article in the Daily Mail said Foster made the texts and pictures public to “screw her over.”

The Chesterfield County Police are investigating the sexual allegations, ABC affiliate, 8News, reported.

Meanwhile, Foster does not seem to be too concerned about the criticism. “I’m going on a cruise to the Bahamas,” he tweeted Thursday.