A Brooklyn art teacher was hauled out of school in cuffs yesterday for threatening to launch a terrifying Columbine-style gun attack, sources said yesterday.Fortunately some of her students don't have any problem with her.
Sabrina Milo, 34, was arrested at about noon at Fort Hamilton HS in Bay Ridge on charges of making terroristic threats, cops said.
Law-enforcement sources told The Post that Milo allegedly told co-workers yesterday that she would shoot up the school like in the infamous 1999 Columbine HS massacre in Colorado.
She allegedly made the statements Tuesday at about 12:30 p.m. to three teachers at the school.
Sources said Milo wanted to come to the school with a machine gun under a trench coat and that "it would be Columbine all over again."
She also told another teacher not to worry because she liked that person, the sources said.
This wasn't the first brush with trouble for Milo, who was hired by the Department of Education in 2001.
She was sent to a rubber room for a disciplinary issue last May, but was allowed to return to the classroom at the start of the school year in September.
"Ms. milo is the best art teacher i ever had in all my life she always makes me laugh in all the projects we do. her projects are mad fun," one student wrote.Well, that's a relief.
Others said she had a reputation for being eccentric.
"She's wonderful! She's not crazy, like some people may think," said another student in posted comments.
These crazy art teacher sure make a good living.
Milo, who is paid $75,796, reportedly had a short temper and told two colleagues that was going to come in for work armed and 'do what needs doing'.
'She would get angry and run off at the mouth. Whether that would translate into real action - no one was willing to take the chance," the source told the Daily News.
'Her husband was ex-military, so there was a concern that she had access to weapons.'