Teacher dating student on dr phil
(Seventeen is the age of consent in Texas.) "He had his phone in his pocket and then while having sex, he pulled it out, and I didn't see it.It's only about 10 seconds," claims Ramirez, referring to video Tristan admits he recorded.After finding out the boy showed them to his friends, she felt betrayed, but thought she could not leave the relationship because the boy told her, "I will light a match and burn your life down" if she left him.The affair between Haglin and the boy ended after another student saw them together and reported them.She is also suing his mom for defamation, after she publicly called Ramirez "a sexual predator" and accused her of sleeping with other students as well.Ramirez recalls texting with Tristan for three weeks before they arranged for him to come to her house in the middle of the night on May 30, 2014, at which point they say they headed straight to the bedroom for what Ramirez says was consensual sex.She was reportedly then released from Washington High School.
She says he first contacted her over Facebook, and she feels that she was taken advantage of because she was vulnerable at the time due to a fight with her boyfriend—though she's the one who confided this to the student, and teachers shouldn't be sharing personal romantic problems with high schoolers. Phil, "From a psychological standpoint and from every other standpoint, I feel like I am the victim." She also said that the student seemed very intelligent, leading her to be "completely duped by the whole facade," and that, “In my mind during this whole thing, his age was erased in my mind." The two apparently had sex every day, and Haglin sent the boy nude photos, which she claims she felt pressured into.Haglin appeared on an episode of Monday to discuss the situation.In her interview, she claimed that she is the victim here, not the student.Police said the 38-year-old committed a sex act with a student between the age of 16 and 17. "It's a disgrace to the teaching profession," said Alita Jones, parent."Maybe they need to do an extensive background check before they teach our kids.