CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (FOX NEWS) - A substitute teacher in Iowa is claiming that school district officials "allowed" her sexual relationship with a 17-year-old boy to happen.
This is an interesting defense https://t.co/BS57hW2N0A— New York Post (@nypost) July 27, 2016
MaryBeth Haglin, 24, who admitted to having sex with the student for much of the 2015-16 school year, is accusing the Cedar Rapids Community School District of complicity.
“These people all knew what was going on, and yet they turned a blind eye because they wanted to protect their school. They didn’t want it to get into the limelight,” Haglin told KGAN-TV, explaining that she first had sex with the boy last October.
“They allowed this to happen. They knew in February.”
Click here for what she says the school district didn’t do and what she faces, from Fox News.