This week’s twentysomething high school teacher busted for allegedly traumatizing a male teen student with a sex romp and a second male teen with oral sex is Madeline J. Marx.
Marx, 23, was employed as a substitute teacher at Kettering Fairmont High School in a suburb of Dayton, Ohio when the sex trauma occurred, reports the Dayton Daily News.
According to a Kettering police affidavit, Marx had sex with a 16-year-old male teen on Sept. 21.
The oral sex frolic with a second, 17-year-old teen happened back on July 19, the police affidavit says.
Marx chose a parking lot in an undisclosed location in the Kettering area for the trysts, police also say.
In addition to the sex and oral sex trauma, Marx used Snapchat — and Instagram — to send the males a bunch of nude images of herself, the affidavit states.
It’s not clear if the male teens had Marx as a teacher or how they otherwise met her.
The allegations against Marx came to the attention of police after some students reported her exploits, according to Dayton Fox affiliate WRGT-TV.
The student tipsters remain anonymous.
Police say Marx has confessed to subjecting the male teenagers to the parking lot sexual trauma — and also to sending the nude photos of herself.
Kettering police arrested Marx on Thursday and took her to jail.
The 23-year-old Marx now faces two counts of sexual battery for her encounters with the 17-year-old and 16-year-old male students.
Here is dash-camera video of Marx in handcuffs as she takes a trip to the Montgomery County Jail:
Kettering City School District Scott Inskeep said he believes the school district is mostly doing a good job protecting students.
“I just think parents can trust us with your kids every day,” Inskeep told WRGT-TV. “I can ensure that 99.9 percent are doing it the right way, and doing it appropriately.”
Marx graduated cum laude from the University of Dayton in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in education. She also attended a local private high school.
“I am passionate about children and their education. I am a hard-worker, who focuses on individual student’s strengths and needs,” Marx wrote in her teaching job application, according to the Dayton Daily News.