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Georgia Middle School Teacher Fired For Letting Students Use Storage Closet For Sex

May 19, 2015  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Georgia Middle School Teacher Fired For Letting Students Use Storage Closet For Sex

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STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga–A math teacher in Georgia has not only lost his job, but he is now wanted by police after a student’s mother claimed he allegedly allowed students to have sex in a storage closet in his class room at the middle-school.

According to Police, the mom discovered sexually explicit text messages between her 14-year-old son and 25-year-old Quentin Wright. The enraged mother says the teacher at Champion Middle School, in Stone Mountain, Georgia let the boy have sex with a female classmate in a closet.


The woman told to WSB-TV as she scrolled through her son’s phone reading the text messages, “He told my son you could have it from 7:30 to like 8:30.” Another text he wrote, “Did you tell the girl what’s going to happen? She cannot tell anybody? Don’t tell anyone I’m allowing you to use my room.”

Officials from the DeKalb County school district fired Wright, and the parent mom, who refused to be identified has since pulled her eighth-grade son out of the school last week after filing a complaint with the district and school principal.

The disturbing messages between the student and teacher included conversations regarding buying condoms and using a laptop noises in an attempt to drown out the noises coming from the closet.

Wright, who was also a coach at the school told the boy in one message, “Yall can’t be long.”

“I was in a state of disbelief when I read all these messages; He’s allowing the students to have sex in a storage room of his classroom,” the mother told the news station.


Wright had his job terminated after the school had learned of the children allegedly had sex in a classroom closet while the teacher covered up for them.

“The teacher was fired for inappropriate conduct and communications of a sexual nature with students,” the school said in a released statement.

Police issued a warrant for Wright’s arrest on a misdemeanor charge. His mother staunchly defended her son, calling the allegations baseless.

“They’re trying to ruin his career as an educator; 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,” Joyce Wright told the CBS affiliate.

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