App helps parents uncover son’s alleged abuser

The student’s parents used an app called Sentry that caught repeated use of the word “baby” in the student’s messages with his teacher, who’s accused of sexually assaulting him.

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27 thoughts on “App helps parents uncover son’s alleged abuser

  1. I read a full article about this online. During the phone call between the parents and the teacher, her husband actually got on the phone and was defending her. Saying she made a big mistake and if they could meet and settle it without police. He begged the parents not to call the police, saying she was a good teacher to the students. He refuses to believe she had sex with her 13yr student.

  2. Omg he sounds like he's 10. Absolutely disgusting of her, I hope she gets the same harsh punishment as a male teacher would get because I've been seeing alot of female teacher's getting lighter sentences then male teacher's and that's just not right.

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