Ayanna Davis: Florida teacher had unprotected sex with schoolboy FOUR times
The law enforcement officials said the teacher captured and shared one of their moments in a Snapchat video
LAKELAND, FLORIDA: A substitute teacher in Florida was busted after she was seen having sex with one of the teenage students. The law enforcement officials said the teacher captured and shared one of their moments in a Snapchat video.
20 years old, Ayanna Davis, who is an English substitute teacher at the Lakeland High School, was arrested on Friday after she was accused of having sex with a student. The teacher admitted that she has had unprotected sex with the student four times -- twice at her house and twice at the student's house. The information was shared by Polk County Sheriff's Office in a press release.
The admission of Davis matched with the statements given by the victim whose age is not disclosed by the authorities, however, the age is listed as 16-years old or younger. The probe began on December 3, after a student reported to the school's resource officer about a video that was circulated on Snapchat. The video showed Davis having sex with a student. The video also went viral amongst the football team of the school.
Even though the law enforcement team has not been able to watch the video yet, they are tracking it down. Sheriff Grady Judd told WFLA, "I know it is out there someplace."
After her conversation with the police, the teacher was charged with two counts of sexual battery by custodian and offenses against students by an authority figure. Additionally, she was also charged with two counts of sexual battery by the Lakeland Police Department.
The Sheriff also said, "This is a clear violation of sexual battery laws. She was in a position of influence over the victim, and she took advantage of that for her own twisted pleasure." On December 11, Davis made her first appearance in the court where she was offered a bond of $60,000 for all five charges.
Davis is scheduled to be formally accused of the crime in court on January 10, 2022. As per the officials, Davis was not an official employee of the Polk County School rather she was just serving as a substitute teacher via a staffing company named 'Kelly Education Services'.
The company is made aware of the incident and is informed that Davis will not be working in any of the public schools of Polk County in the future. Superintendent Frederick Heid said, "We expect substitute teachers to uphold the same high standards of conduct and professionalism as our full-time educators. The charges against this person are disgraceful and a complete violation of the trust that teachers build with their students. There is no room in our schools for this type of conduct."
Recently, the district change its policy and allowed anyone 20-years or older to become a substitute teacher.