Official reports uncovered a supposed sexual connection between a Tennessee secondary school math educator and a 16-year-old understudy was uncovered by the youngster when the instructor declined to pay him $140.
The records, acquired Wednesday by WHBQ, included screen captures of 240 instant messages between Jasmine Edmonds, 24, and a unidentified Trezevant High School understudy.
In one of the messages, the teenager insinuates their tryst when he makes reference to a supposed wager they had.
“You Said We Had A Bet and If You Lie Our Little Secret Going To Be Out There,” the message read.
“That is Not A Threat It’s A Promise,” another message read.
The writings proceeded with: “At that point You Not Trying To Answer Or Text Back I Got Proof of Everything So 140 Tomorrow Or Your Career Over On My Grandma.”
Back in March 2018, the youngster was ousted from the secondary school for tossing rocks at Edmonds’ vehicle. Different records discharged by Tennessee’s State Board of Education additionally incorporated an announcement from the secondary school’s ball mentor, who said he saw Edmonds sitting tight for the teenager after training.
At the time, the mentor just idea Edmonds consented to give the high schooler a ride home.
The youngster’s mom additionally gave a composed proclamation which said she welcomed Edmonds over for Thanksgiving on the grounds that the instructor didn’t have any relatives. The mother guaranteed she “didn’t have any information” of her child and the instructor dating.
Edmonds, who was not arraigned until November, presently faces two tallies of sexual battery by a specialist figure.
The supposed sex acts among Edmonds and the teenager occurred at her apartment.