An Alabama school teacher has been arrested after authorities say she sent a nude photo to a high school student. Court records state the incident happened on or about Jan. She is charged with school employee distributing obscene material to a student. The charge is a misdemeanor. She surrendered to the Marion County Jail at a. Carrie Jackson was hired as middle school teacher in August and then transferred to the high school because of a shortage of math teachers.
Teacher admits sending nude pictures to student, faces 1 year in jail
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A former Montgomery Township teacher could serve up to a year in Somerset County jail after pleading guilty to third-degree endangering the welfare of a child for sending nude photos to students. Michelina Aichele , 30, of Hillsdale, a former English teacher, was arrested and charged in October after police and high school administration discovered sexual photos and conversations over text, email and social media between February and April In addition to jail time, she was ordered to give up her teaching certificate, will be on parole for life and has to register as a sex offender. If she violates the terms, she could serve up to days in jail according to the plea agreement. Her official sentencing is scheduled for early July.
Alabama teacher charged with sending nude photo to high school student
A high school teacher is accused of exchanging nude pictures with a student at Nashoba Regional High School in Bolton, Massachusetts, and has been placed on administrative leave. Veracka, a mother of three, is accused of sending nude photos of herself to one of her students, then 15, and receiving inappropriate pictures from the student in return. The exchange was allegedly going on for six months, according to court documents.
Due to the circulation of a nude photo from a 7th grade English teacher at Ewing Halsell Middle School in Vinita, some parents, like Elizabeth Lang, are upset and believe children shouldn't witness incidents like this. We spoke to Assistant Police Chief Troy Messick on the phone about the situation, and he says it was all a huge mistake gone terribly wrong. She didn't realize until 30 minutes later that she accidentally posted it to her "story", a place where anyone could see it. In a statement, the Vinita's Superintendent tells us, "The teacher in question was suspended with pay pending an investigation.