Student snitches on high school teacher having sex with students

Fallon Hunt (Photo Source: DALLAS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE)
Fallon Hunt (Photo source: DALLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE)

It has become an all too frequent occurrence in schools that teachers continue to have sex with their students. Whether the  teachers are male or female, it is considered a crime of a sexual predator. The latest teacher to be caught in a web of sex, text messages and pictures is a woman at Justin Kimball High School in Dallas, Texas.

Fallon Hunt, 29, was arrested this week after police finished a criminal investigation that was started in October. That was when the mother of a male student found out that Fallon was exchanging sexually explicit text messages and having sex with her son. She informed the Dallas ISD, which informed the police department. Fallon was brought in for questioning and allowed the police to go through her phone and they found incriminating pictures of a second high school student. Police also recovered text messages between Hunt and the first victim which indicated that they had sex before his high school graduation in May 2015. In the messages, the student calls Hunt his “wifey” and she refers to him as “my baby” in multiple texts. The student admitted that he had sex with Hunt multiple times between April and May 2015.

The student victim in the case told his mother and police that there were other students Hunt was having sex with and he gave them the names and Instagram handles of the students. At this time, Hunt has been charged with having an improper relationship between an educator and a student. The other incidents are under investigation. Hunt is currently booked at Dallas County jail and her bail was set at $20K. This is the second incident of a school teacher in Texas having sex with her students this week. In both cases, the teachers are young, professional and attractive women who have chosen sex with a child as being preferable in their lives.

Mo Barnes
Mo Barnes

Maurice "Mo" Barnes is a graduate of Morehouse College and Political Scientist based in Atlanta. Mo is also a Blues musician. He has been writing for Rolling Out since 2014. Whether it means walking through a bloody police shooting to help a family find justice or showing the multifaceted talent of the Black Diaspora I write the news.

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