ProTip: If you are committing a crime don’t videotape it. If you record your crime and that video falls into the hands of the police it will be extremely difficult for your lawyer to deny the charges and prove your innocence. But you don’t have to take my word for it, just ask Sarah Lewis, a teacher who allegedly recorded her sex session with an underage student.
The 27-year-old is a social studies teacher and dance teacher at Landmark High School in Spanish Fork, Utah. She was arrested on January 24 for an alleged sexual encounter with a 17-year-old male student. She is expected to be charged for unlawful sexual activity with a minor; a third-degree felony, and providing alcohol to a minor; a class A misdemeanor.
Lewis, who is believed to be married with a young child, is said to have invited the boy to her home in early January. That is where she provided the 17-year-old with beer and vodka and then had sex with the student.
The police report revealed that the teacher’s sex session with the boy was captured on video.
“It’s a tragedy that things like this occur,” said Payson Police Lt. Bill Wright. “It’s one of those mind-bogglers. You have to shake your head at it.”
It makes you shake your head for damn sure.
District spokeswoman Lana Hiskey said as soon the school found out, Lewis was removed from the classroom and remained on “leave of absence” as of Thursday.
Lewis, who has taught at the school since 2014, is due back in court next Monday.
The moral of the story is don’t commit crimes. And definitely, definitely don’t record your own crimes.
Originally posted by BroBible.