Oklahoma cheerleading coach admits to having sex with two school students, including steamy car romp with one of them

Brandy Lynn Foreman, 29, who is charged with four counts of sexual battery told investigators that she and one of the teens exchanged nudes on Snapchat and then started having sex. 


                            Oklahoma cheerleading coach admits to having sex with two school students, including steamy car romp with one of them
Brandy Lynn Foreman (Sequoyah County Sheriff's Office)

An Oklahoma cheerleading coach has allegedly admitted that she had sex with two students, aged 16 and 18. Sequoyah County Times reported that Brandy Lynn Foreman, 29, who is charged with four counts of sexual battery told investigators that she and one of the teens exchanged nudes on Snapchat and then started having sex. 

Foreman also allegedly admitted to having sex with the 18-year-old thrice, since 2017. Their most recent sexual encounter was in July, she said. The probable cause affidavit says that the two had sex two months after he graduated. She was also a junior high English teacher at Central Public School in Sallisaw.

One of the students also said that he and the teacher had sex on a county road in Sequoyah County after she picked him up in her car. Foreman was placed on administrative leave after being arrested on December 5. “Because of the confidentiality rights of the student(s) and individual involved, the district cannot comment further,” district officials said in a statement to KJRH.

Foreman initially said that nothing like that had happened and said she was close to her students and would hug them. She said it didn't go further than that. She said that she was "close with all of her students," according to Tulsa World. 

However, she later admitted to the deed. According to Tulsa World, one of the teens said that the woman sent him nudes and that they also had sex in his house, after he sneaked her in. Another teen said that the coach also gave him condoms that she kept in the car. 

She has pleaded not guilty to all the charges and was released after posting a $20,000 bond and is set to return to court January 29. 

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