A 25-year-old Math teacher at Rocky Mount Preparatory school arrested for allegedly having sexual interactions with students.
Erin Elizabeth McAuliffe aged 25 years, is charged with three counts of sexual interactions with two 17-year-old students, one 16-year-old student and one indecent liberties with a minor. She appeared in Nash County District Court.
McAuliffe was removed from the school and fired from Rocky Mount Preparatory over the suspicion of these interactions.
Police launched an investigation against her over reported alleged misconduct from the school officials. They conducted several interviews with students and faculties over the filed complaint. The inquiries went on for a month. McAuliffe was arrested after a warrant was issued against her. Police found out that all three sexual interactions with students took place off the school property. None of these alleged activities were done inside school campus.
McAuliffe was held in Carteret County Jail with a $20,000 bail. She was released after posting the bond. She is charged with four cases of felony.
A North Carolina charter school teacher was arrested on Thursday for allegedly having sex with three male students: two 17-year-olds and a 16-year-old.
Rocky Mount Preparatory math teacher Erin McAuliffe, 25, was charged with "three counts of sexual activity with a student and one count of indecent liberties with a minor," reports The Daily Mail.
Police officially launched an investigation into McAuliffe on May 5, when school officials reported alleged misconduct. The day before the report from officials, McAuliffe was fired from the charter school over the suspicions.
This could've been her on smack, but she was too busy hooking up with her students.
North Carolina's criminal system uses prior criminal records while deciding punishment for crimes. McAuliffe does not have a criminal record apart from a speeding ticket from 2014.
Several questions arise in my mind. Were these interactions forceful? Did the students complain about it only because they got caught? Or were they bragging about it and that's how they were caught?
These questions matter as much as McAuliffe's punishment. These students are 16 and 17 years old. They're about to step into adulthood and many teens that age are having sexual intercourse already. Since they're boys, should it matter? If they were voluntarily doing it, then who is in the wrong? The teacher, correct?
If the students complained about these interactions and helped McAuliffe get caught, then they are the victims. If they did not complaint about it, then they deserve a punishment. If they enjoyed it, then they are not victims. Judging by the look of the math teacher, you can almost bet a million dollars that these boys enjoyed it very much. She's very attractive and it would be hard for a teenage boy to NOT enjoy a romp with their hot math teacher. The woman has a problem and she should seek counseling. She should at least hook up with college students who are over 18. Doing this with high school students is a bit creepy and she should certainly know better. The boys - they don't know any better. You know how high school boys are. They'll sleep with darn near anything that has a pulse.
McAuliffe is single and lives in Rocky Mount with one dog and one cat. She graduated from Rocky Mount High School. She completed a Bachelors in Mathematics from Methodist University in Fayetteville. She pursued a Masters in Mathematics from East Carolina University, then joined the preparatory school as a teacher.
There are many other cases where teachers are being arrested for alleged relations with students around 17-year-old. This is not the first case when a teacher fell in this sex trap, Nicole Aymond from Louisana, Riana Lane from California, Jennifer Frachette from Connecticut, Phoebe Jo Chapman from Georgia, and many more.
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