So . . . Megan Clough, 29, a teacher at Mountain View High School in Susquehanna County, Pa., thought the naked pictures of herself she sent to an underage male student would disappear quickly from SnapChat . . . but they didn’t. And soon they were being passed around the school, along with rumors of her having sex with the boy.
Now, she’s in trouble with the law and learning the hard way that you can’t trust technology.
Details on the story from PennLive:
A 29-year-old female high school teacher is not only accused of having sex with a male student. She allegedly sent him nude pictures of herself via the popular social media site, Snapchat, as well. Only instead of those pictures then vanishing, as they are meant to do on that site, the nude photos ended up in the hands of at least one more student and were seen by many others, police tell WNEP-TV.
Megan Clough, 29, a teacher at Mountain View High School in Susquehanna County, Pa., was arraigned Friday on one count of institutional sexual assault, WNEP reports, adding that institutional sexual assault is a kind of charge usually filed when the victim is 18 or older but still a student.
She allegedly had sex with a male student at the school.