This Claremont high school math teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with one of his students appeared before a judge Monday morning.
Christopher LeBlanc, 29, is currently on administrative leave from his job at Stevens High School.
The pedophile entered no plea in court Monday as he was charged with four counts of felonious sexual assault for his perverted relationship with a 14-year-old girl.
According to court paperwork, the relationship began in November of last year. The savage sexually assaulted the girl in his classroom at the high school.
The victim told cops that the nasty pedophile talked to her about his marriage, described her as his rock and told her that he loved her.
Investigators also said they have recovered numerous emails from the sex terrorist to the girl sent last Friday.
“Just say we talked a lot but just as friends. Say what we have been saying before,” one email said.
“Don’t mention sexual stuff,” another email said.
In addition to having sex in the school, the affidavit said that they had sex in the pedophile’s apartment, at a friend’s house, and in a vehicle on Hanover Street.
Sullivan County Attorney March Hathaway said all of these allegations involve just the one victim, but that could change.
“The Claremont Police Department, along with the school administration, are in the process of assessing the possibility that there are other victims and we’re just going to move forward in a very deliberate and professional manner,” said Hathaway.
Bail for the pedophile’s bail was set at $250,000 cash.
He is due back in court April 1 in Newport for his probable cause hearing.