Cara Labus, 32, was arrested in January and accused of abusing two girls between the ages of 14 and 16 while she was a teacher and basketball coach at the school. She was initially charged with four counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. For the past five years, Labus has been under electronic home monitoring, an alternative to jail. Labus was credited for 2, days of monitoring, according to the court. Kennedy agreed to amend the charges on behalf of the state judge, who negotiated an agreement to lessen the charges to aggravated battery, with a month sex offender probation.
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Please see our Commenting Policy for more. A former Calgary teacher is facing 17 sex-related charges for the alleged abuse of six students two decades ago, Global News has confirmed. Calgary police launched an investigation last September after a woman came forward stating that in the summer of , her teacher at John Ware Junior High School undressed her and other female students during a canoe trip not sanctioned by the school, exposing them to him and their peers. Read more: Calgary man charged with trafficking underage teen girls. During the course of the investigation, Calgary police sex crimes detectives identified five other women who also alleged sexual misconduct by the same teacher while they were students between the years of and Michael Gregory, 57, is charged with six counts of sexual assault and 11 counts of sexual exploitation.
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A former Utah teacher who pleaded guilty two years ago to sexual abuse after having sex with three underage students was denied parole Wednesday, PEOPLE confirms. Altice, 36, pleaded guilty to three counts of forcible sex abuse in April In exchange, 11 charges were dropped, including three first-degree felony rape charges, according to local reports.
While there were certainly some high points in , there were also major low points as well, such as the overwhelming number of teachers charged with sexual assault. Recently, clinical psychologist Dr. Leslie M. Lothstein spoke to the New York Post about why female teachers begin sexual relationships with their students and shared some medical insight as to the state of mind they find themselves in. Lothstein said.