A private school teacher in the Philadelphia suburbs is accused of carrying on a monthslong sexual relationship with an underage student inside and outside of the school that only recently came to light due to text messages and emails shared by the victim, authorities said. In July, a former Germantown Academy student came to police with evidence that her and former Latin teacher Michael Cheatle had engaged in sex over an month period that began in when she was a minor, investigators in Montgomery County said. The relationship began as a friendship between the student and the then first-year teacher, a criminal complaint said. Cheatle is accused of committing sex acts with the underage student inside and outside Germantown Academy, which is located in Fort Washington.
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By Joshua Rhett Miller. August 5, am Updated August 5, pm. A Texas teacher is charged with having sex with a year-old male student — just months after she started working at a high school, court records show. Hailey Pardy, a year-old former math teacher at Bastrop High School, was arrested Thursday by Round Rock police following her indictment by a grand jury for allegedly having an improper relationship with a student, a second-degree felony, the Austin American-Statesman reports.
Inside the secret lives of teachers who have sex with their students
Reports of teachers accused of unlawful sexual relationships with their students continue to make headlines. Here are some of the stories covered in recent years. Lockhart, Texas, police said Sarah Fowlkes, a year-old high school teacher, had an improper relationship with a year-old student.
A forensic psychologist has slammed grown men for crowing on social media about how they 'wish' their female teachers seduced them when they were teenage boys. There has been a recent spate of Australian convictions and high-profile court cases where male and female teachers have had sex with their students. The indiscretions have occurred at both prestigious institutions and poorly funded public schools - and have sparked a familiar refrain from some on social media.