*Hat Tip: Kevin D.
A cafeteria worker at a private school in Florida sent sexts to a teen before meeting him in the kitchen for sex acts, authorities say.
Aimee Chevalier, a 40-year-old cafeteria worker at Hernando Christian Academy, exchanged roughly 100 risqué text messages with the male student, including nude photos and videos, before the pair agreed to meet up in the school’s kitchen, where they took part in multiple sex acts, according to an arrest affidavit from the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office.
The ogress, who admitted to the trysts during an interview with investigators, said she knew the boy’s age and that the illicit meetings were wrong. In addition to providing detailed descriptions of their encounters, the white Shrek told investigators that she planned to have sex with the teenager during an open house party at one of his friends’ houses while his parents were out, according to the affidavit.
The ugly cow, of Brooksville, was arrested Aug. 8 on charges of unlawful sexual activity with a minor and transmission of harmful materials to a minor, jail records show. She remains held at the Hernando County Detention Center on $12,000 bail.
A message seeking comment from school officials was not immediately returned early Friday. The female pedophile’s arrest comes less than three months after the school’s former principal, Cathy McAllister, left the school after her husband, Bruce McAllister, was charged with 32 counts for assaulting three teen foreign exchange students who were under his supervision.
McAllister, a volunteer at the school, told the teens he had a background in sports medicine and promised to coach them to become American football phenoms, according to the State Attorney’s Office.
The school’s attorney declined to comment when reached by reporters, citing the “ongoing nature” of both investigations.
“HCA is committed to helping ensure a proper resolution in these matters and doing so in line with the strong values that have shaped the school since its founding in 1981,” attorney Matt Foreman said in a statement.
Meanwhile, prosecutors have promised that both Chevalier and McAllister will face the “full extent of the law,” Assistant State Attorney Erin Daly told the Tampa Bay Times.
“When these things happen in schools, it is very unfortunate,” Daly said. “We will do everything we can to go forward in making sure these actions are reprimanded.”