Hot Teacher Victimizes Two 18-Year-Olds with booze and sex

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#51 Posted by thegerg (15471 posts) -

@SolidSnake35 said:

@thegerg said:

@SolidSnake35 said:

@thegerg said:

@SolidSnake35 said:

Why weren't the students arrested for under age drinking?

People generally aren't arrested for simply having drank underage.

My point is, unless she rammed that beer down their throats, that crime is on them and not her.

Right. That doesn't mean that she didn't commit other crimes.

Perhaps, but I disagree with the article's take on things.

In what way? It seems to me that the article is simply reporting the facts.

#52 Posted by ReadingRainbow4 (14470 posts) -

If only sex ed was like that everywhere.

#53 Posted by SaintLeonidas (26354 posts) -

@SolidSnake35 said:

@thegerg said:

@SolidSnake35 said:

Why weren't the students arrested for under age drinking?

People generally aren't arrested for simply having drank underage.

My point is, unless she rammed that beer down their throats, that crime is on them and not her.

The crime here is supplying. So it IS on her.

#54 Posted by sSubZerOo (43216 posts) -

How is this news? Seriously this is so fvcking stupid..

#55 Edited by Nuck81 (5861 posts) -

This is a pretty easy situation to avoid as a teacher.

I didn't read the article, and I don't know the law in that state, but in my state you only need 60 college hours to qualify as a rank iv sub.

Still it's not hard to keep your hands off the students. If nothing else, just wait till they graduate.

#56 Posted by The-Apostle (12190 posts) -

Wow, Yahoo!, bad title is bad title. TC's was slightly better. >_>

#57 Posted by Morphic (4345 posts) -

lol i don't think you could ever victimize an 18 year old male with sex.

#58 Posted by The-Apostle (12190 posts) -

@Morphic said:

lol i don't think you could ever victimize an 18 year old male with sex.

Especially when a hot teacher is involved. :P

#59 Posted by sonicare (53485 posts) -

Well, I've seen men sued and fired for having affairs with "subordinates".

#60 Edited by whipassmt (14035 posts) -
@JangoWuzHere said:

Very unprofessional

Her actions or the article title?

@lostrib said:

Wow the actual titles is worse. "Banging them, giving them beer"

Yay, journalism

As Larry the Cable Guy would say: "I don't care who you are, that's funny right there".

@ad1x2 said:

@lostrib said:

Wow the actual titles is worse. "Banging them, giving them beer"

Yay, journalism

I tried to put the whole title but the 60 character limit struck again. What pisses me off about the new website is the old one would make you stop typing after you pass the character limit but the new website lets you keep typing and just alerts you that you went to far after you hit submit.

Yeah that is annoying. Should've stuck to the old way.

#61 Edited by whipassmt (14035 posts) -

the substitute shouldn't have invited the students for alcohol and cheat on her husband with them.

#62 Posted by xdude85 (4431 posts) -

Woe is them.

#63 Edited by AFBrat77 (24139 posts) -

@toast_burner said:

@thegerg said:

@toast_burner said:

@thegerg said:

@foxhound_fox said:

Why is this even a thing?

Because a teacher supplied alcohol to underage studnets and then had sex with them.

How were they under-age? The title clearly states that they were 18.

Because the age that the title states (18) is under the legal drinking age (21) in the US state of PA, where this crime took place.

the age that the title states (18) is under the legal drinking age (21)

under the legal age

under age

Then why is the fact she had sex with them relevant? If the only problem is that they were too young to drink shouldn't she have only been charged with that?

I'm pretty sure the age of consent in America isn't 21

Age of Consent in Pennsylvania is 16, I know because I live there.

#64 Edited by roulettethedog (10980 posts) -

Umm this bimbo should just go to a straight bar. Plenty of dogs there to cheat on her husband with.

#65 Posted by gamerguru100 (10647 posts) -

@chessmaster1989 said:

>victimized with booze and sex

rofl

LOL, it's one hell of an oxymoron

#66 Posted by tocool340 (20550 posts) -

Shiiiiit I'd love to had one of my hot/fine ass High School teachers "victimize" me like that...

#67 Posted by Netret0120 (2210 posts) -

I guarantee you the guys loved tag teaming her.

#68 Edited by PcGamingRig (7096 posts) -

Unprofessional and a bit stupid, unless she wanted to be unemployed.

Everyones to blame in this, she shouldn't of offered something like that in her line of work. The two guys had complete free will though, not like they had a gun to their head or were being blackmailed. If she had said it would affect their school record if they didn't, that would be different.

Should she be held accountable? Yes, if she was the complete aggressor in the situation, in terms of offering everything to them to begin with.

Free beer and sex though, I bet those 18 year olds got to her apartment quicker than the road runner.

#69 Edited by sibu_xgamer (339 posts) -

They are 18, charging her makes no sense. Ugh puritans... let people do whatever they want with their sex lives for god's sake. It's her and her husband's problem, nobody elses.

#70 Posted by thegerg (15471 posts) -

@sibu_xgamer said:

They are 18, charging her makes no sense. Ugh puritans... let people do whatever they want with their sex lives for god's sake. It's her and her husband's problem, nobody elses.

"They are 18, charging her makes no sense"

How does charging someone with a crime because their actions constituted a violation of criminal law not make sense?

#71 Posted by sibu_xgamer (339 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@sibu_xgamer said:

They are 18, charging her makes no sense. Ugh puritans... let people do whatever they want with their sex lives for god's sake. It's her and her husband's problem, nobody elses.

"They are 18, charging her makes no sense"

How does charging someone with a crime because their actions constituted a violation of criminal law not make sense?

Well the criminalization is what makes no sense then. The guys were not underage, they were not raped.

#72 Posted by thegerg (15471 posts) -

@sibu_xgamer said:

@thegerg said:

@sibu_xgamer said:

They are 18, charging her makes no sense. Ugh puritans... let people do whatever they want with their sex lives for god's sake. It's her and her husband's problem, nobody elses.

"They are 18, charging her makes no sense"

How does charging someone with a crime because their actions constituted a violation of criminal law not make sense?

Well the criminalization is what makes no sense then. The guys were not underage, they were not raped.

She is not being charged with rape, and I don't think anyone is saying that they were raped.

#73 Posted by sibu_xgamer (339 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@sibu_xgamer said:

@thegerg said:

@sibu_xgamer said:

They are 18, charging her makes no sense. Ugh puritans... let people do whatever they want with their sex lives for god's sake. It's her and her husband's problem, nobody elses.

"They are 18, charging her makes no sense"

How does charging someone with a crime because their actions constituted a violation of criminal law not make sense?

Well the criminalization is what makes no sense then. The guys were not underage, they were not raped.

She is not being charged with rape, and I don't think anyone is saying that they were raped.

I know that. I'm criticizing the fact that you can charge anyone for two or more adults engaging in any type of consenting sexual practice. For me that's a ridiculous notion that has no place in modern society.

#74 Posted by Senor_Kami (8429 posts) -

Extremely unprofessional, adulterous, and definitely contributing to underage drinking but I can't go to "victimizes". I don't believe for a second that every single aspect of this wasn't completely consensual for all parties involved. A victim-less crime if there ever was one.

Two dudes put the pipe to some chick. Someone over 21 buys some drinks for someone under 21. Wife cheats on husband. This happens everyday. Her being a teacher (and not even a real one) is the only thing that makes this somewhat newsworthy.

#75 Edited by turtlethetaffer (16793 posts) -

Hot damn I wouldn't mind being victimized by her.

On topic this is a very strange case since they're both 18 and she isn't even a full time teacher at the school.

#76 Posted by Allicrombie (25240 posts) -

Where were all these hot teachers when I was in high school?? O.O

#77 Posted by turtlethetaffer (16793 posts) -

@Allicrombie: My thoughts exactly.

#78 Posted by Caravine (9 posts) -

She did nothing legit wrong law wise. That's like charging an Mcdonalds employee for skipping work on a day off and firing him. They were legal age. Besides, they got booze and sex. I would want to be one of them really.

#79 Edited by Aljosa23 (25135 posts) -

@Allicrombie said:

Where were all these hot teachers when I was in high school?? O.O

It's funny that you mention that because if the genders were switched everyone here would be calling the teacher dirty names.

#80 Posted by sibu_xgamer (339 posts) -

@Aljosa23 said:

@Allicrombie said:

Where were all these hot teachers when I was in high school?? O.O

It's funny that you mention that because if the genders were switched everyone here would be calling the teacher dirty names.

Not me :P

#81 Posted by megagene (23016 posts) -

Poor guys. I'm sure they'll be traumatized for life by this experience.

#82 Posted by brimmul777 (1250 posts) -

@ad1x2 said:

Yes, that is the actual title of the story. Only slightly edited so I could fit it in the topic title.

Tiffany Leiseth, a substitute teacher for the New Brighton Area School District in Pennsylvania, invited two different 18-year old seniors into her apartment for booze and sex while her husband was out of town on business. Even though they were 18 she faces charges because she was in a position of authority over the students and they haven't officially graduated.

Thoughts?

I'd still bang her ass quick,even if I was 18,17,16,etc...At this stage in my life{being 40+}I'm not to picky,I'll take anything with a decent face/body above 25yoa,as long as she has a vagina.

#83 Posted by Randolph (10542 posts) -

@MuD3 said:

firstly, substitutes hold no position of authority. ask anyone who ever went to school. also, they are fucking 18... at most she should lose her job.

Yeah, fire her, sure. But no crime was committed, consenting adults had sex.

#84 Edited by Randolph (10542 posts) -

Additionally, buying them booze shouldn't be a crime either. If your old enough to potentially be forced against your will by the government to go fight and die in a war whether or not you support the ideas behind the war, then you're old enough to drink. Either you're an adult at 18, or you aren't. Everything at 18, or everything at 21.

#85 Edited by thegerg (15471 posts) -

@Randolph said:

@MuD3 said:

firstly, substitutes hold no position of authority. ask anyone who ever went to school. also, they are fucking 18... at most she should lose her job.

Yeah, fire her, sure. But no crime was committed, consenting adults had sex.

"no crime was committed"

The state of PA tells us otherwise. Like it or not, furnishing booze to underage people and a teacher having sex with these students constitutes a violation of criminal law.