A Georgia math teacher has been fired and is wanted by police after a mom reported the man for allegedly allowing students to have sex in a middle school storage closet.
The unidentified mom found sexually explicit cellphone texts between her 14-year-old son and 25-year-old Quentin Wright, whom the mom says allowed the boy to have sex with a female classmate in a closet at Champion Middle School in Stone Mountain, according to WSB-TV.
“He told my son you can have it from 7:30 to like 8:30,” the mother told the news station as she scrolled through and read the text messages. “‘Did you tell the girl what’s going to happen? That she cannot tell anybody?’ Basically don’t tell anyone I’m allowing you to use my room.”
DeKalb County schools has fired Wright and the mom pulled her eighth-grade son from the school last week after filing a complaint with the district and school principal, according to WSB.
The “sickening and disheartening” messages between the boy and his teacher included an exchange about condoms and using a laptop to drown out noises coming from the closet.
“Yall can’t be long,” the teacher and coach allegedly told his student.
“i was in a state of disbelief when I read all these messages,” the mom told the news station. “Basically he’s allowing the students to have sex in a storage room of his classroom.”
The teacher was fired for “inappropriate conduct and communications of a sexual nature with students,” according to a statement from the school district provided to WGCL-TV.
Wright’s mother defended her son, saying the claims, which led to at least one misdemeanor warrant for his arrest, were baseless.
“They’re trying to ruin his career as an educator,” Joyce Wright told the CBS affiliate. “I am very hurt and very upset that this whole thing has come out. He said, ‘Mom, there is no way, no way I would do anything like that.’ He is very upset about it, he’s very upset, because he cared a lot.”
Source: NY Daily News