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Highschool Teacher Charged for Having Group Sex with Five Male Students
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Being hot for teacher is normal for highschoolers; teacher being hot for her students, and taking them on five at a time, a little less so. Brittni Colleps, 28 and mother of three, is on trial in a Texas court for seducing at least five of her male students, and on occasion having group sex with them. She was at the time an English teacher at Kennedale High School. Among the damning evidence are a series of sexual texts, the testimony of students, and a cell phone video taken of her having sex with two of her students, while the others waited their turn.

The video doesn’t show Colleps’ face, for as “Aaron” a key testifier reported, she requested “Don’t put the light in my eyes.” The Star-Telegram reports that “Aaron pointed out her unique tattoo on her lower back which was also on the woman in the video.

Her sexts addressed to Aaron (the name is a pseudonym for purposes of anonymity) include the suggestive text saying that “You have something I want.” She also described herself as an “anything goes in sex kind of girl,” and showed off her sex toys and lingerie to the boys before having sex with them.

  
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Though all the students involved were over the age of 18 at the time, Texas nevertheless has a law that forbids an “improper relationship between teacher and students,” which could cost her up to $10,000 in fines for each student and 20 years in prison.

Her husband, Army Specialist Fourth Class Christopher Colleps, testified that both he and the children were not present at the time of the incidents (he himself was on duty). For his part he seems peculiarly loyal to his wife.

“I want you to know I love my wife. I have loved my wife since the moment I laid eyes on her 11 years ago,” he said. “I have always supported my wife, and I will continue to support my wife through this whole, entire ordeal.”

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Kennedale High School suspended Colleps after reports and evidence came to the attention of authorities, and later Colleps resigned.

Colleps remained silent when faced with the charges in court, so the judge interpreted that to mean her plea was “not guilty.” The closing arguments are scheduled for 9 a.m. Friday morning.





 

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