Land O' Lakes, Florida -- Video has now surfaced of a Pasco County teacher accused last week of coming to class intoxicated and forcing students to dance in an inappropriate manner.

District administrators say 42-year-old Kylene Nelson remains on administrative leave pending a decision on her future by the Pasco County School Board.

Reports show the teacher had a blood alcohol level of 0.26 and later ran from campus to a nearby community center where she was found passed out by a pool.

A student, who did not want to be identified, told 10 Connects Nelson reeked of alcohol and was making strange faces during first period Language Arts class.

Later, music was turned on and, students say, the teacher began grabbing them and demanding they dance.

"She started saying, 'If you don't dance with me, you guys all fail,'" the student recalled.

At one point, witnesses say Nelson partially exposed her butt while dancing with a 13-year-old boy.

"We told her, 'Miss Nelson, please pull up your pants', and she did, but then they fell down again and she held them there," the 8th grader said, also noting her teacher did not appear to have on underwear.

"She was kinda grinding, like, putting her butt against you," the student said.

A recommendation on how to discipline Nelson will be made during an April 21st school board meeting. The decision on whether or not to terminate her employment will ultimately be left up to the Pasco County School Board.

In a separate incident from October of 2006, reports indicate Nelson failed to show up for a third period class at Seven Spring Middle School. A school resource officer found Nelson passed out in her car surrounded by bottles of wine.

She was ordered to change schools and undergo a substance abuse program, but remained employed with Pasco County Schools.

Students say Nelson was an excellent teacher, but now hope she can get help for her alcohol problem.