Two Louisiana High School Teachers Accused of Having Group Sex with Student

Two female teachers at a Louisiana high school were arrested after allegedly having sex with a male student.

A 32-year-old teacher and a 24-year-old teacher are each charged with one count of carnal knowledge of a juvenile and contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile, according to reports.

Authorities believe the two teachers had a sexual encounter with a student who was 16 at the time. The two teachers allegedly met the student after a high school football game on Sept. 12 and drove to one of the teachers’ apartments where the three had sex together.

School officials apparently began investigating the incident after the student, who is now 17, began “bragging to other students that he was having a sexual relationship with teachers.”

Reports indicate that he told investigators the encounter was consensual.

Former students told police the student and two teachers had been involved in a relationship for some time, meeting for sex on more than one occasion.

As a teacher accused of a sex crime, you must act fast to protect yourself from false allegations of sexual misconduct involving a student. This type of allegation has the ability to challenge everything you have worked to build in your teaching career. Just one misinterpreted touch, text, email or encounter should not be allowed to destroy everything that you have worked so hard to achieve. A Florida Sex Crimes Lawyer at Whittel & Melton knows how hard it can be for teachers accused of sex crimes, which is why we help educators establish a powerful defense against all sex crimes accusations.

If you have been accused of engaging in sexual activity with a student, it is likely that you will be suspended from your position while an investigation is conducted. It does not matter if the student consented to sexual contact as Florida law criminalizes sexual contact between students and teachers regardless of consent.

A Florida Sex Crimes Attorney at Whittel & Melton can help you understand the charges stacked against you. For a free consultation to discuss the facts of your case, please call us today toll-free at 866-608-5529 or contact us online.