A Californian special education teacher allegedly sent naughty text messages and had sex with five students, according to recent charges filed against her.
Summer Hansen taught at Centennial High School in Corona, California, where she allegedly offered sex as a “prize” to a student for his outstanding performance at a baseball game, according to the New York Daily News.
She sent increasingly risque text messages to students, eventually luring them into sex in classrooms, utility closets and her car. For one young man, Saturday detention turned into a sex session.
Hansen is charged with 16 felony counts: seven for having oral sex with a minor, six for sexual intercourse and three for distributing pornographic material to a minor.
Photo taken at Corona Police Department
None of the victims were her students, according to the report.
A former student came forward and notified police of Hansen’s activities.
Linda White assistant school district superintendent, said the case underscores the need for teachers to never be alone with a student.
“The safety of children is of utmost concern to our school district,” she said in a statement.
Hansen is currently on paid leave. She will be arraigned in court on Thursday. If convicted of the charges, she could face up to 13 years in prison.
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