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Washington School Teacher Urged Student To Lie About Sexual Affair: Police

May 12, 2015  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Washington School Teacher Urged Student To Lie About Sexual Affair: Police

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A high school at Bainbridge High School, in Bainbridge Washington, encouraged a student who she had an affair with to “lie like you had NEVER lied before” as police conducted an investigation into the relationship.

Police say former Science teacher, 26-year-old Jessica Fuchs, allegedly engaged in a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old student and attempted to cover up the illicit relationship.

According to court documents, The pair made videos of their sexual exploits and she even titled them “For My Baby.” The videos featured the teacher masturbating, and them discussing their sexual trysts including her performing sex acts on the boy.

Police say Fuchs immediately tried to cover up the relationship after school officials became aware of the relationship. Investigators claim the teacher searched “how to permanently delete cell phone records” on a school laptop, a local TV Station reported.

Authorities charged Fuhs with sexual misconduct with a minor, communicating with a minor for immoral purposes and tampering with a witness.

Investigators say Fuchs tried to silence her underage lover in text messages she sent him. “Well, protect me as best you can. Remember NOTHING COMES OUT EVER! About anything, you have been to my house only once. Lie like you have NEVER lied before and try to get your mom to side with you entirely and say this was all a misunderstanding! And tell the investigator that!” she allegedly wrote the victim.

School officials suspended Fuchs, in February when the investigation started; she is currently being held in custody on $200,000 bail, the station reported.

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