Just in time for Valentine's Day!
Rule #1 if you're a teacher aide: Don't have sex with your students.
Rule #2: Especially if you teach elementary school
Rule #3: If you do have sex with an 8th grader, don't give him hickeys AFTER someone sees you walking home with him.
Lillian Larsen Elementary Schoolteacher's aide Sarah Drown failed to follow these rules, and now she's in jail. Likely the judge will laugh so hard when he gets the case he won't be able to render a verdict, but in the mean time, she's in trouble. In all fairness, she did fall for the kid telling her "The heart wants what the heart wants."
The "heart?" Yeah, let's go with that.
Hickeys led to sex allegations against aide, report details | The Tribune & SanLuisObispo.comIn late January, a teacher at Lillian Larsen Elementary School in San Miguel spotted an after-school aide walking home with an eighth-grade student. Later, the teacher saw what appeared to be hickey marks on the boy’s neck. Worried, the teacher shared the information with another employee, who brought her concerns to the district superintendent, according to a county Sheriff’s Office incident report filed in San Luis Obispo Superior Court.The report provides more information about what led sheriff’s deputies to arrest the aide/tutor, 20-year-old Sarah Drown, on Jan. 27 on suspicion of unlawful sex with a minor. She pleaded not guilty on Feb. 1 to four counts of statutory rape; a preliminary hearing has been moved to Feb. 29 to determine whether there’s enough evidence to proceed to trial.
During an interview with sheriff’s Deputy Gower Slane, the student said he received two hickeys on his neck from an ex-girlfriend but later acknowledged that Drown had given them to him. He then told the deputy that he and Drown had consensual sex several times starting in October. At the time, he was 14 years old. When Slane advised the student that it’s inappropriate for a 20-year-old to have sex with someone under the age of 18, he replied: “The heart wants what the heart wants,” according to the report.