NJ Teacher Has Teaching License Revoked After Sexting Student, Sending Him Nude Photos
Something tells me that plenty of students would gladly work in smog if it meant getting some nudes from this teacher.
A little while back 29-year-old South Plainfield High School teacher and cheerleading coach Mallory Christ was caught and charged with sending inappropriate photos of herself to a male student. But she avoided time behind bars as part of a plea deal.
According to NJ.com, as part of a plea deal, Christ will have her teaching license tossed, and she will also have to take part in a pre-trial intervention program for first-time offenders. You know, this is where they tell grownups not to send pics of their junks to teens. At least that is what I’m assuming occurs in these programs.
After it was discovered that Christ had sent nudes of herself to a student through social media, Christ was charged with second-degree endangering the welfare of a child. I don’t know how in the hell a high school student’s welfare is endangered by seeing a photo of something he’s probably being seeing since elementary school thanks to the internet, but hey, that’s the charge.
This now former teach taught algebra at the school for two years, so I’m going to assume this was one math class students enjoyed going to.
Yep, no one was late to her class.
No clue what Christ will be doing with her life now, but anything is possible when the adult entertainment industry is booming.