Louisiana teacher charged with rape and child porn accused of giving students food filled with her bodily fluids

Cynthia Perkins, 34, and her husband Dennis Perkins, 44, were first arrested in October-end after the police were tipped off


                            Louisiana teacher charged with rape and child porn accused of giving students food filled with her bodily fluids

A Louisiana teacher who was arrested last month on charges of rape and producing child pornography has now been also accused of giving some of her students baked goods, which had her bodily fluids in them.

MEAWW previously reported that Cynthia Perkins, 34, and her husband Dennis Perkins, 44, were first arrested at the end of October after the police were tipped off by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children about a photo where they were seen posing nude with a child.

Cynthia, who had been a teacher with the Livingston Parish School System since 2012, was subsequently charged with child rape and 60 counts of production of pornography involving a juvenile under the age of 13.

Cynthia's husband Dennis, previously a deputy with the Livingston Parish Sherriff’s Office since 2002, was similarly charged with rape, possession of child pornography, video voyeurism, and obscenity. He was also charged with obstruction of justice after he threw his phone into a river in a bid to destroy evidence as investigators closed in on him.

Now, Cynthia could face further charges after it emerged that she had served food tainted with her bodily fluids to children at Westside Junior High, where she most recently taught, according to the Daily Mail

The tainted items, which were confirmed to have been brought from her residence, are said to have included donuts and a cupcake, and investigators are trying to determine how many children have been affected.

A mother of one of the students at the school said she feared her child had eaten the food and that the idea was "disgusting and sick." Another said her child would be "tested for anything and everything I can get her tested for" over the possible contamination.

Dennis Perkins was initially transferred to a detention center in Livington Parish before he was moved to the Ascension Parish Jail. His wife is being held at the Livingston Parish jail. Both are being held without bond and were immediately relieved from their jobs after the allegations emerged.

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