Jun 20, at 4: Judy, 23, who is from Bloomfield, Indiana, was but the latest in a string of female teachers to be accused of sexual crimes with a student. You can see some other examples later in this article. An old Twitter page is still up that appears to date to her high school years. It has photos with a boyfriend, of a prom dress, and showing cheerleading formations.
Texas cheerleading coach accused of sex with student
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Singh bungles up Venezuela file again! A cheerleading coach in Texas exchanged her pom poms for handcuffs this week after being accused of having multiple romp sessions with a male student. Katherine Harper, 27, is charged with orchestrating the improper relationship, which allegedly included the exchange of naked text messages with the teen. An affidavit obtained by the Star-Telegram accused Harper of having sex multiple times with the year-old inside her Ft. Worth home and his house in Trophy Club, a ritzy town north of Dallas.
Texas teacher and cheerleading coach Katherine Harper accused of sex and nude texts with teen
Katherine Ruth Harper, 27, was arrested last week and charged with having an improper relationship with a student in Trophy Club, Texas, a wealthy suburb northwest of Dallas. Harper, a seventh-grade teacher at John M Tidwell Middle School, traded several nude photos with the boy by cell phone, according to an arrest warrant affidavit reported by the Star-Telegram. The affidavit says police launched an investigation into the alleged inappropriate relationship after receiving an anonymous tip through the school district website naming Harper and the student, whose identity is being withheld because he is a juvenile. When a school official confronted the boy with questions about the relationship, he cried and admitted to sex with the teacher, according to the affidavit.
The story you linked to gives a standard press officer reply, that they are considering all their options, including appeal. It also notes that any appeal would be based upon their previous argument that as a state agency they can't be sanctioned for acting in good faith. That's a legal argument about money, not about wrongdoing.