PROM night sex teacher Isabelle Graham has been removed from the online staff list of the Christian soldier’s charity where she worked.
Mrs Graham was still listed yesterday as the “donor relations” officer of the Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Scripture Readers Association (SASRA).
But after the 28-year-old former French teacher was banned from the profession, her name disappeared from the website of the charity, which has the Queen as its patron.
Her husband, Andrew Wilkie, has also had his name removed from the site as the charity’s support worker.
Both positions have already been filled by other members of staff.
Mrs Graham, who had a baby last week, was struck off by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) on Tuesday after it was proved that she engaged in “sexual activity” with a 17-year-old pupil in an Edinburgh Travelodge.
The devout Christian and former teacher at Whitburn Academy, West Lothian, denied the charges and claimed that her prom night meltdown was the result of having a drink spiked.
The charity today confirmed that Mrs Graham, known outside the classroom as Shona Wilkie, “is currently not working with us”.
He added: “There was no resignation involved. It was completely unrelated, she has not been in the position for a few weeks.”
Asked why her name disappeared from the website immediately after the striking off order, he replied: “Given the current interest in the Wilkie’s, too much public interest in their personal life would be intrusive to the family.”
The spokesman said: “The position remains that Andrew remains a staff member with us.”
Asked what Mr Wilkie’s position was, the spokesman replied: “At the moment, because of the recent media attention, it is not in the media’s interest to know his position.”
Mrs Graham resigned from her post after the allegations were made.
She described herself in a statement to the GTCS as a “victim”, also saying: “The person in the bed in the photo is clearly not in control of the situation.”
She claimed she was an “active and practising Christian” who was “waiting until marriage” before having sex.