American Christians Educating Kids

2 LOUISIANA HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS ARRESTED OVER THREESOME WITH STUDENT

 

Two Louisiana high school teachers are accused of having a threesome with a student, WGNO-TV reports.

Police in Jefferson Parish charged Destrehan High School English teachers Shelley S. Dufresne, 32, and Rachel Respess, 24, with carnal knowledge of a juvenile, contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile and indecent behavior with a juvenile.

Police say the student, who was 16 at the time, went to one of the teacher’s apartments after a football game on Sept. 12. The police report says the student then began having sex with both teachers simultaneously until the early morning hours of Sept. 13.

The Times-Picayune reports police learned about the crime after the student was heard “bragging to other students that he was having a sexual relationship with teachers.” The student told his peers he had met the teachers multiple times and even documented some of their encounters on video, according to WGNO-TV.

Detectives say the student, who is now 17, told them his ongoing sexual relationship with the teachers was consensual. The legal age of consent in Louisiana is 17.

“No matter what sex the victim is, everyone should be outraged,” Kenner Police Chief Michael Glaser said. “You have an educator. Their responsibility is the safety and the education of children. … They should have known better.”

Respess has been teacher for two years and is an alumni of the high school where she works. Dufresne is currently in her 10th year as a teacher. She is also married with three young children. Both teachers are graduates of Louisiana State University.

Respess’ attorney says his client is innocent.

 

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One thought on “American Christians Educating Kids

  1. Well folks . . . I was very libidinous at the age of 16 and the hormones were rampaging …. I had crushes on a few teachers ….. My fantasies were ignited but I never acted on them …. still however we cannot discount the vast reach of the concept of “Education” and it appears to me that both the “Student” and the teachers learned valuable Life lessons from this experience … so maybe it wasn’t all that bad after all.

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