Shocking moment a white teacher, 46, launches a racist rant at a black parent calling him a 'n****r' who is 'probably on welfare' after the pair were in a minor fender bender in middle school parking lot

An upsetting video has gone viral on social media showing a white Pennsylvania middle school teacher unleashing a racist, expletive-ridden tirade at a black parent after the two were involved in a minor fender-bender in the school parking lot.
The incident took place on Thursday morning as Rasheed Noel was dropping off his child at Drexel Hill Middle School, in Delaware County near Philadelphia. 
The parent and the teacher reportedly got into a minor accident, which then sparked a verbal dispute that quickly escalated.
Noel turned on his cellphone camera to capture a portion of his interaction with the teacher and later shared it on Facebook, where it has gone viral.
Daily Times has identified the teacher in the video as Renee Greeley, a technology instructor at Drexel Hill Middle School. 
A woman by that name appears to have deleted her Facebook account. A screenshot of the now-deleted page that was taken by another user reveals that the 46-year-old Greeley listed her job as 'Business, Computer and Information Technology Teacher at Upper Darb...' 
Greeley described herself thus: 'I'm an adventure chaser! I love sports, motorcycles, motorcorss, the beach and outdoor activities!'
The Upper Darby School District acted swiftly and placed the teacher depicted in the video on administrative leave, saying in a lengthy statement that the district 'does not condone or tolerate inappropriate conduct or speech associated with hate, racism, discrimination or intolerance of any kind.'
Noel's video, which clocks in at 1 minute, 39 seconds, opens with a shot of the teacher examining the damage to the back of her pickup truck while ranting at the father, 'you're probably on welfare, too.' 
Noel assures her that earns six figures a year - a statement the woman dismisses as 'bulls***.'
'Just because I'm young and I'm black is the reason you would say that,' Noel tells her.
The teacher confirms his suspicion, saying 'that's right, because you're black.' She then goes on ranting about African-Americans 'always looking to milk the system, and you see me, a white woman, and you think I got money.'
The two continue arguing about their respective socio-economic conditions, with the teacher doubling down on her previous remarks and telling Noel, 'go back to your welfare and your Section 8 house,' referring to subsidized housing for low-income families. 
Noel laughs off the remarks and tells the teacher pacing around her pickup truck that he understands that she is 'mad and nervous.'  
The teacher brags that she could pay cash to repair the damage to her vehicle, then tells Noel, 'ah, you go f*** off, n*****.' 
The man appears to be taken aback by the racial slurs and says, 'excuse me?'
The teacher shoots back, 'You heard me.' 
Noel then warns the educator that 'this situation could change real quick' and tells her to stay where she is. 
The pugnacious teacher does not back down, telling Noel in an aggressive tone while taking a few steps in his direction, 'Oh yeah, what are you gonna do about it? Bring it on!'  At that moment, the video cuts off. 
Upper Darby Superintendent Dan McGarry sent out a statement Thursday evening confirming the incident depicted in Rasheed Noel's video and announcing the teacher's suspension pending the outcome of an internal investigation. contacted the district spokesperson asking to shed light on Greeley's work history and inquire whether she will be returning to class. 
Aaronda Beauford, Director of Communications for the Upper Darby School District, revealed in an email that Greeley was hired in 2008.  
'The protocol for staff on administrative leave is that they are afforded due process and an informal hearing with administration which took place on October 10th,' the spokesperson wrote. 'The process depends on whether the staff member elects to go before the school Board for a formal hearing or to arbitration.' 
Noel later took to his Facebook page, commending district administrators for their quick action. 
'They are doing everything in their power to make sure people like this teacher become non existent in any school,' he wrote. 'After meeting with the superintendent of Upper Darby school district and his staff, I'm hear [sic] to say they absolutely care about their community.'   

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