Dr. Angelique Simpson-Marcus has left as principal of Largo High School, the school district confirms.
School officials would not comment on the terms of her departure.
In the past, News4 has reported Simpson-Marcus has had a history of bullying and heavy-handedness toward her co-workers.
Prince George's County Board of Education settled two lawsuits against Simpson-Marcus in the past year. One white male teacher filed a case alleging reverse discrimination and won more than $500,000 in August, while a school secretary reached an undisclosed settlement with the school system the following month.
In October, Simpson-Marcus also threatened to forfeit the school varsity football team's season if it didn't start winning, according to one school parent.
Prince George's County Council Member Mary Lehman had called for Simpson-Marcus' removal in a letter to Schools Chief Kevin Maxwell sent in September.
The local NAACP said they received several complaints about Simpson-Marcus.
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"A counselor at Largo High School came to our office complaining about harassment, hostile work environment," said Bob Ross of the Prince George's County NAACP.
Simpson-Marcus had been principal of Largo High School since 2007.