I know you can’t believe everything you read on the internet, but if the internet tells you, you can be arrested for sex with students, maybe you chill out.
Here are the details.
A South Carolina woman allegedly had sex with two of her students after she searched the internet to determine whether or not it was legal.
Brittney Whetzel, 28, reportedly made a joke to her colleagues at Battery Creek High School about ‘hooking up’ with one of the teens.
According to The Island Packet, Whetzel even said she couldn’t wait for the boy to graduate so that on ‘June 3rd’ she could do whatever she wanted.
Whetzel allegedly spoke about a fantasy to have ‘beautiful babies’ with one of the teens she had a crush on, according to a report from the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office.
But witnesses told authorities that Whetzel did not wait until graduation and instead had sex with the two students, who were both 18 years old or older, over spring break.
No patience at all.
She also got her co-worker in trouble.
Two days before Whetzel and Battery Creek High media assistant Akina Andrews allegedly hosted an alcohol-fueled party, Whetzel had Googled questions about teachers having sex with students.
‘Can teachers get in trouble for sleeping with former students?’ was one of two searches authorities reportedly found in her cellphone.
On April 9, four boys were invited to Whetzel’s home where they were allegedly given beer, wine and tequila.
A day later, a teacher who was aware of the incident, reported it to the school’s assistant principal.
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