Illicit sex is never a good thing. Case in point would be saga of now ex-teacher Erin Elizabeth McAuliffe.
If convicted of the four charges pending, it’s a good bet that the comely 25-year-old math teacher will never stand in-charge of a classroom ever again. At least not in the United States.
As reported by WNCN-TV, the former employee of the Rocky Mount (North Carolina) Preparatory School is accused of sexually assaulting two 17-year-old students as well as another 16-year-old at the school.
Arrested late last week, McAuliffe was charged with four sex crimes in total: three counts of sexual activity with a student and one count of indecent liberties with a minor, the Rocky Mount Telegram reports.
The news portal Heavy.com is reporting;
McAuliffe is a Rocky Mount, North Carolina, native, who graduated from Rocky Mount High School in 2010, according to her Linkedin profile and Facebook page.
After high school, McAuliffe went to Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She was a member of the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority and the math club, according to her Linkedin profile.
McAuliffe graduated in 2014 with a degree in mathematics. She began pursuing a master’s degree in mathematics at East Carolina University’s Graduate School in 2016, according to her Facebook page. It is not clear if she is still a student there.
According to her resume, at Rocky Mount, McAuliffe taught math III, advanced functions and pre-calculus. She also offered “after-school tutoring to help struggling students improve their critical thinking and problem-solving skills.”
McAuliffe also worked to “develop alternate enrichment activities and modifications in student programs to increase student understanding.”