Teacher Gives 15-Year-Old Boy a “Full Contact” Lap Dance In Class


Sounds educational! A 42-year-old middle school teacher has been arrested for giving a 15-year-old boy a “full contact” birthday lap dance, during which she touched him with her hands and buttocks.

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She concluded by saying “I love you, baby.”

KHOU reports that the student told police that at the beginning of his third-period class, Smith placed a chair in front of the room and music began playing…He said he became aroused as Smith fondled him and rubbed her hands and buttocks on his body and allowed him to slap her buttocks.

Smith was charged with having an improper relationship with a student on Thursday. ‘The teacher was removed from the campus during the investigation and has not returned. The district takes this allegation seriously and is fully cooperating with prosecutors. The safety and security of our students will continue to be a top priority in Aldine ISD,’ the Aldine Independent School District said in a statement.

Um, ew. What was she thinking? I know the line separating good-natured joking and inappropriate sexual behavior can be blurry, but exotic dancing for your underage students on school property tends to fall on the “inappropriate” side. It’s really a shame that the police couldn’t just charge her with first-degree stupidity.

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