"Not gonna lie. Seems to me that Karma caught up with a rapist today," Liza Sejkora wrote Jan. 26. The post ended with a shrug emoji, KGW reported.
According to The Oregonian, Sejkora later deleted the post "because the comments missed my intent. You are free to judge me for the post just as I am free to judge the person the post was about."
Sejkora later apologized for the post in a letter to parents and students.
Bryant was accused of raping a 19-year-old employee at a Colorado resort in 2003, The Oregonian reported. Bryant claimed the sex was consensual and prosecutors later dropped felony assault charges, the newspaper reported. Bryant settled out of court in 2005 after the woman filed a civil suit for an unspecified amount, The Columbian reported.
A public memorial service for Bryant will be held Feb. 24 at the Staples Center, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Sejkora said her Facebook post stayed up for about an hour before she removed it, KGW reported. However, a screen grab was shared online with parents and students, prompting calls for the principal's resignation, the television station reported.
“I am working with the Camas leadership to resign my position as principal of Camas High School,” Sejkora said in a statement Friday. “Students and staff deserve to have a learning environment free of disruptions.”