Another female teacher has been found to have developed physical relationship with a male underage student. This abhorring act is being reported more and more frequently in the media and this doesn’t seem to be an exception as it used to be in the past.
To be true, young boys studying in different schools across the US are being targeted by their sexually charged teachers who coax the kids into developing sexual relationship with much older teachers who are of their mother’s age or even older. There was one such teacher who was found to be visiting the boy’s home and have sex there on pretext of teaching him.
The latest teacher to have developed physical relationship with her student belongs to Pennsylvania. 38-year old woman has been charged with having a sexual relationship with an underage boy.
Melissa Bonkoski of Pottstown, Pennsylvania reportedly became obsessed with the male student who is all of 16-years.
Latest reports suggest that her page on the school’s website has now been deleted. She was a teacher at Owen J. Roberts High School. The school is located in Montgomery County.
The woman had apparently become obsessed with the boy whom she was not presently teaching. The teacher completely disregarded the teaching ethics while trying to lure the boy into a physical relationship with the woman. Daily Local News, while quoting an acquaintance said, she “had become obsessed with one of her former students, and wanted desperately to communicate with him”. “Whatever you do, please don’t shut me out. I’m begging you”, the woman told the boy in a text message.
“Ms. Bonkoski attended La Salle University and graduated with a bachelor’s in computer science and a minor in music. She earned her master’s degree in education also at La Salle University and is currently working on her second master’s degree in science education from Montana State University. While Ms. Bonkoski was teaching in Miami, she also taught Marine Science at the Miami Seaquarium”, her bio page read before it was deleted from school website.
The woman has reportedly been charged with eight felonies including three counts of institutional sexual assault, three counts of unlawful contact with a minor; one count of corruption of minors and one count of criminal use of a communication facility.
The Mercury News reported that Acting Superintendent Anthony Costello said in a statement that “the school district learned of rumors of this alleged misconduct. The school district has fully cooperated with the investigations conducted by those agencies regarding the allegations, and will continue to do so throughout the criminal prosecution of this matter.”