This racist teacher from Michigan accused of inappropriate conduct with a special education student wrote her love letters and planned to take her virginity after she graduated, according to reports.
Kelly Laker, 61, head of special education at Plainwell High School, was arrested May 30 and charged with second-degree criminal sexual conduct, law enforcement officials said.
Cops began investigating the case in March when several students reported seeing Laker, who has taught at the school for more than 15 years, kiss the victim on the forehead while consoling her in the back of the classroom.
In a probable cause hearing, Plainwell Department of Public Safety Detective John Varley testified that the student told law enforcers that Laker had kissed her on the lips on multiple occasions during before-school homework help sessions, when no one was around.
The victim also told investigators that the nasty honk had asked her to have sex. She said the pedophile had written her graduation date on a white board and told her that he wanted to have sex with her after she graduated. In a video of a probable cause hearing, Varley said Laker told the victim that “he wanted to be her first.”
The girl’s mother reportedly found whitemarish letters written by Laker in her daughter’s bedroom, according to cops. Varley testified that the “letters were discovered in her bedroom, hidden,” according to reports.
Attorneys for Laker said that the allegations are “not true,”.
“We don’t intend to litigate this case through the media and Mr. Laker is looking forward to exercising his rights and we expect vindication through the justice system,”Laker’s attorney Fil Iorio said in a statement.
If convicted, Laker could face up to 15 years in prison. According to the University of Michigan’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center website, the charge against Laker involves sexual contact but not penetration and includes circumstances in which the victim is a minor and the accused is in a position of authority.