LISTEN: TDSB teacher may have fabricated claims of being bullied by colleague

An early childhood educator at Ord Street Junior Public School has been fired after claiming she was being bullied by a colleague.

It was back in February Emily Wright came on Moore in the Morning and described aggressive notes that were being left in her mailbox, classroom, personal belongings, and the school office.

The Toronto District School Board launched an investigation and will only say it has closed the case and that Wright is no longer a school board employee.

During her NEWSTALK 1010 interview, host John Moore asked what some of the seven notes say. "They're just an individual's attempt to try and make me feel small and worthless. It's someone going out of their way to emphasize the things that I believe I do in the world that are positive and, really, make a twist on them to make them look, make me question if they really are that positive. I did an assembly on bullying and 'your assembly sucks just as much as you do. No one likes you no matter how hard you try,'" Wright described.

She said she had and idea who the culprit may be, but had no definitive proof. "I hope the person is found and I hope the person is disciplined for their actions."

Toronto Police confirm they've launched an investigation.