Substitute teacher has sex with student who FILMS it!
Being a teacher's pet has a whole new meaning nowadays. A substitute teacher from Washington, DC is under hot water for allegedly having sex with one of her student's on her first day at the job. Talk about not leaving any time for procrastination. Symone Green is now being charged with first-degree sexual abuse of a minor for carrying on a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old football player student.
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The incident reportedly happened on October 17th at the Options Public Charter School. Green was covering an English class when she met the teen, who confessed to police that he started flirting with her. The student shared his cell phone number and "kinky" texts soon followed. At one point he sends her a message that reads, "I don't tell I show."
The 22-year-old substitute teacher and the student engaged in oral sex in a school classroom later that day. They kept texting after the act and she mentioned to him not to tell anyone. The secret was soon out since he had recorded one of their "sessions" without her knowing.
This just seems so utterly disgusting to me and wrong on so many levels. I think teachers that partake in this sort of behavior are living a sick fantasy and should be registered as a sex offender for life. It's scary to think that such people are allowed into classrooms to teach our children. Turns out she was contracted from an agency in Delaware and had no prior experience working at a school before. How is this allowed?
The school's executive director Shannon Hodge released a statement reading:
We are deeply concerned about what happened to one of our scholars. Our goal is to keep our scholars safe and secure. All staff will remain extremely vigilant in maintaining a safe school environment and will continue to implement procedures to ensure the safety and security of our scholars.
During her court date yesterday, Greene pleaded not guilty and was ordered to stay away from the teen and the high school property. Now, what are the chances of that happening? I doubt she learned her lesson.
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