Substitute Teacher Accused of Giving Student Oral Sex During Pep Rally

| by Michael Allen

Symone Greene, a 22-year-old substitute teacher at the Options Public Charter School in Washington D.C., is accused of giving a 17-year-old student oral sex behind her desk in a classroom while the other kids were at a pep rally on Oct. 17.

According to the New York Daily News, Oct. 17 also marked her first day with the school.

Greene and the boy allegedly texted during the day after the two exchanged phone numbers some time in the morning. He reportedly asked Greene if she was "kinky," and she allegedly responded, "I don't tell I show."

The 11th grader secretly recorded part of the alleged sexual encounter on his cell phone, say police.

The unidentified male student later showed a video of the oral copulation to some football players and a friend, reports The Washington Post.

As the video got around the school community, Greene allegedly texted the high schooler over the weekend, "Oo. U gona get me in trouble. Chill. We gotta be slick with it.”

Greene was charged with first-degree sexual abuse of a minor, but pleaded not guilty to the felony today, noted WUSA 9.

Greene will have to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet until her court hearing on Nov. 18.

It's not clear who called the police, but Greene allegedly told the teen boy via text to tell officers that she “only helped him with his resume and nothing else happened while they were in the classroom together.”

However, a police officer was holding the boy's phone when the text came in and pretended to be the teen.

“Omg moe don’t talk to me ever again,” Greene allegedly texted. “I’m bout to be put in jail. This can ruin my whole life. Moe why couldn’t u just keep it to urself.”

“We are deeply concerned about what happened to one of our scholars,” Shannon Hodge, executive director of Options Public Charter School, said in a statement. “Our goal is to keep our scholars safe and secure.”

“Kids of this age just don’t understand the consequences of this type of behavior,” added Hodge.

Sources: New York Daily News, WUSA 9, The Washington Post (Image Credit: Hammer83)