The Fulham teacher at the centre of an email storm which resulted in two men getting suspended from their jobs is believed to have fled the town to escape global media interest.
Jenni Palmer, 24, of Wandsworth Bridge Road, was accidentally included in derogatory emails about her between her ex-boyfriend and flatmate Harry Fildes, 25, and his friend Sebastian Marsh, 24.
The email went viral within hours and made several national and international newspapers, while Mr Fildes and Mr Marsh, regulars at The Hurlingham pub, were suspended from their jobs in the city.
Paparazzi photographers have reportedly been camping outside the home shared by Mr Fildes and Miss Palmer, who works at Barlby Primary School in Ladbroke Grove.
A friend of the house told the Chronicle: "Jenni is in bits and I think she's gone home to her parents. The attention has got unbearable and she's never had to deal with anything like this before.
"Despite the way she's been portrayed she is not a bad person."
The electronic exchange began when Mr Marsh mentioned to Mr Fildes that he had met 'hot' Miss Palmer at their local pub, The Hurlingham, and asked whether he could ask her out.
While giving Mr Marsh his blessing, Mr Fildes gave warning to his friend that Miss Palmer came with 'a health warning' and that he didn't 'dislike many people but she is one'.
After realising he had accidentally included Miss Palmer in the messages, Mr Fildes writes: "We didn't get on before this and this will be the final nail in the coffin."
But Mr Marsh found the mishap so amusing that he forwarded the message to friends and within hours the messages became public knowledge. News organisations as far away as Australia have reported the story.
Fulham Chronicle readers, however, think the suspensions of the men are harsh, with many contacting the paper via Twitter to vent their feelings.
Joshua Lachkovic tweeted, "Not at all fair", while annieqpr wrote, Thought it was boring to be honest, but maybe I'm too old".
Richard Garman said the emails were actually 'verging on the polite and respectful'.