Married teacher 'had unprotected sex with pupil, 17, claiming she was infertile'
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Married teacher 'had unprotected sex with pupil, 17, claiming she was infertile'

A married teacher has been arrested after she allegedly had sex with a student after he finished football practice.

Meghan Mary Rodriguez, 37, allegedly struck up the relationship with the 17-year-old through platonic texts, which escalated and became illicit in nature, leading to the pair having sex in a classroom

The pupil at Navarre High School, in Florida, US, is understood to have eventually told his parents about the alleged sexual encounter after his football practice as he became worried she would “fail him” after he didn’t want to continue the relationship.

According to the pupil, he had unprotected sex with Rodriguez in 2019 as she told him she was infertile.

The Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Department said it was tipped off on March 3.

After Rodriguez was approached by an investigator the same day she told the officer she “needed an attorney”.

According to the arrest report, Rodriguez asked the investigator to return to the school grounds to ask what might happen.

The investigator wrote in a report: “Meghan asked me what was going to happen next.

“I explained to her I still had an investigation to conduct and at the conclusion of my investigation she could have a warrant for her arrest.

“She then asked me what the less extreme outcome could be. I told her less extreme is nothing happens, he continued to write. Meghan then asked me if there was a middle ground.”

Rodriguez has allegedly denied to a school administrator that she had sex with the pupil, but did admit they kissed.

Officers later interviewed her husband who claimed to have seen a message come through on his wife’s phone where she was called a “cute teacher”.

In an interview the following month, the boy claimed Rodriguez had become increasingly involved in the lives of her pupils.

The pupil also alleged Rodriguez became angry and frustrated that she ordered six people out from a hotel room so they could speak for 15 minutes about his feelings towards her.

He then told investigators that when he said he had no feelings towards her, Rodriguez asked whether he thought she was “a slut”.

The pupil claims Rodriguez started the encounter and that he “regretted it afterwards”.

Rodriguez has since quit her job as of May 28.

Connie Carnley, the school district’s assistant superintendent for human resources told local media: “It was under investigation, and she chose to leave our employment.”

Rodriguez was charged on the second-degree felony charge of sexual assault on a minor on June 11.


Pat Reaves
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