Another teacher has been accused of having sexual relationship with her student. Tiffany Geliga, who teaches chemistry at Port St. Lucie High School is the latest female teacher accused of having inappropriate relationship with one of her students.
Reports suggest that the 17-year old student accepted of having sex with Tiffany Geliga in her car at least twice. The teaching community in the US is being put to shame by increasing instances of students having sexual relationship with students. The increasing frequency of such incidents suggests that the rot is fast taking very serious turn.
Following acceptance by the student about having sex with his teacher in the teacher’s car, Geliga was arrested. Her arrest took place on May 18, according to the CBS12. The TV station said that the teacher was taken into custody for her alleged “inappropriate activities with a 17-year-old male student.”
Another report by the NBC 26 said that the new of sexual relationship between Geliga and her student came to the limelight “after school administrators at Port St. Lucie High School told a school resource officer that they had spoken to a 17-year-old student who told them he had relations with Geliga.”
Merely a week ago, a teacher who was accused of having sex with her student committed suicide. The teacher, Gretchen Krohnfeldt taught at a middle school teacher in Arvada, Colorado. Mother of three kids she committed suicide when she saw police officials approaching her house to quiz her regarding her alleged relationship with student.
The student told the school authorities that the sexual contact occurred in late April or May 2017. The teacher is 35-years-old and reportedly “faces 2 counts of sex assault by persons 24 years or older on a victim 16 or 17 years old.”
A report in the Palm Beach Post said that the inappropriate relationship came to light when a mother became suspicious. She was not the mother of the student with whom Geliga slept. “School administrators were alerted to the Geliga’s alleged actions when the mother of another student reported that Geliga, a Port St. Lucie resident, had made phone calls and sent several text messages to her son…The investigation revealed that Geliga did not have inappropriate contact with that student. However, the student told administrators he believed she was have a relationship with another student.”