There's a lesson to be learned here that a school principal should've of known...More than likely a liberal douche Southampton high school principal reassigned after appearing in raunchy Trey Songz video: officials BY Jason Silverstein NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Updated: Thursday, October 15, 2015, 1:37 PM A A A Share this URL Vevo Southampton High School assistant principal Esther Adler-O'Keefe (center) has been reassigned thanks to her brief role in the J.R. and Trey Songz music video "Best Friend." Twerking might have changed how she'll be working. An assistant principal at a Southampton high school has been reassigned weeks after appearing in a raunchy rap music video, officials said Wednesday. Esther Adler-O’Keefe, of Southampton High School, earned a bad rap for an innocuous cameo in the clip for J.R. and Trey Songz’s single “Best Friends,” which barely goes a moment without flaunting bikini-clad, twerking women at over-the-top house party. She appears in it for less than 20 seconds. In the beginning, she tells J.R.: “Enjoy yourself. Just remember, security’s here,” and then leaves the home. Security turns out to be a bunch of strippers. She returns at the end to find the rapper passed out, surrounded by weed and women, and throws a volleyball at his head to wake him up. After the video came out last month, the school slammed it in a statement, saying it “is not representative of who we are as a district nor of our students and staff.” Now, Adler-O'Keefe will have some sort of new role, Newsday reported. The tenured administrator will "oversee a variety of academic support services throughout the district,” superintendent Scott Farina wrote in an email, declining specifics. “She will continue to serve the students at the high school with the same hands-on, collaborative philosophy she has always held.” His email never mentioned the music video. Adler-O’Keefe could not be reached for comment. She told 27East last month she would have turned down her acting debut if she had any idea what would be in the video. “I wish to state for the record that, when I agreed to participate, I was completely unaware of the content, lyrics, and title of the video and song,” she said. “Had I known of such content or lyrics, I certainly would not have participated in any fashion. I find the lyrics and content of the music video vulgar, offensive, and demeaning.” It's unclear how she ended up in the video, which has scored more than one million views. Reps for J.R. and Trey Songz did not return requests for comment.