As if riots weren’t enough, the Kentucky metropolis of Louisville is making the headlines once again- all thanks to a teacher who police claim had a sexually abusive relationship with a 13-year-old student.
Micca Watts-Gordon of the Jefferson County Public School system was relieved of her post last November, but is just now facing charges.
Around fifteen charges have been filed against Watts-Gordon, who has since been relegated to a non-teaching role.
The charges in question include, six counts of sexual abuse, four counts of distribution of obscene materials to a minor, two counts of attempted sodomy, one count of using a minor under the age of 16 in a sex performance, one count of unlawful transaction with a minor under the age of 16 and one count of tampering with evidence.
According to the Courier Journal, Watts-Gordon masturbated near or while communicating with the student, sending him photos and even provided him with an iPad to send explicit photos of himself to her.
Louisville Metro Police state that once caught, the teacher destroyed evidence by erasing her social media accounts and erasing her phone,” going so far as to instruct the victim, and other students to erase their social media accounts as well so that there wouldn’t be evidence of her criminal behavior.”
Despite being told not to contact the student in question, Watts-Gordon continued to do so.
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