Something very fishy is going on down at the Courthouse. At Crest High School too.
The Shelby Star reported today that the Sheriff’s Office is presently investigating a “possible” teacher-student relationship and whether or not it is a crime. The parts that are very fishy is the fact that the Sheriff’s Office released anything about an ongoing investigation. And the Star actually printed it.
My sources report that the student attends Crest High School and is the female child of a District Attorney employee with very close association to DA Mike Miller. And that the alleged relationship is a lesbian relationship. My sources also report that the news and details of the allegation and the Sheriff’s investigation is sweeping the county as we speak.
It is hard to imagine that any sexual relationship between a teacher and a student is not a crime. Homosexual/Lesbian or not. The whole idea is that the teacher has this power figure influence over a student which must not be abused in a sexual way. A homosexual or lesbian relationship can be just as damaging, maybe more, to a child that an illegal heterosexual relationship.
I suspect that the Sheriff’s Office, the DA’s Office and the CCS are burning the midnight oil trying to keep this incident under wraps, which has already failed. I would think the 13th or 14th Amendment, the one that requires equal treatment under the law. is a big lump for all concerned to swallow. If this homosexual relationship did, in fact, happen, the teacher should be charged and prosecuted to the fullest. Otherwise lots of men teachers convicted of having sex with a female student may have to be turned loose.
The contents of the Star article, for what it is worth, are as follows:
Investigation into possible teacher/student relationship
By Diane Turbyfill
Shelby Star staff
Posted at 1:43 PM Updated at 1:43 PM 9-28-2018
The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a report of an inappropriate and potentially criminal relationship between a Cleveland County high school teacher and a high school student.
The investigation began Monday.
The Cleveland County School System is aware of the investigation and is cooperating, according to a statement from the Sheriff’s Office.
“This remains an active investigation, so there will be no further information released by Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office at this time,” the statement said.