Teacher Admits To Sneaking Into 14-Year-Old Student's Bed to Rape Him

Tierin-Rose Mandelburg | February 7, 2024
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Yup, it’s happened again.

Megan Pauline Jordan, a 25-year-old now-former teacher in the Richmond area of Virginia, pled guilty to four counts of carnal knowledge and one count of indecent liberties of a minor according to WRIC, a local news station. 

Jordan reportedly engaged in sexual relations with her 14-year-old student from the Hungary Creek Middle School during the 2022-2023 school year. She’d visit the young boy in his home, sneaking into his bed to rape him.

Reports indicate that her DNA was found on the victim’s bedsheets according to attorney Shannon Taylor of the Henrico Commonwealth area.

It looks like Mrs. Jordan took the phrase “Virginia is for Lovers” a wee bit too far.

Related: Another Teacher Pleads Guilty To Sex Acts With Her Students

The New York Post indicated that other students admitted that they thought the relationship between Jordan and the 14-year-old student was odd.

“The student wouldn’t do any work and she wouldn’t bat an eye,” one user wrote on social media, “I noticed subtle flirting and teasing, the tension between them was insane. She deserves a life sentence for grooming this poor kid.”

Jordan was arrested this past summer when the student came forward. Jordan’s sentencing date is set for May 20 and she faces up to 50 years in prison.

“I must recognize the brave action of those who brought this matter to the attention of Henrico Police Division. We are always asking people if they see something unusual, or not quite right, to say something,” prosecutors said in a statement. “Because of their efforts, this predator is off the streets, out of our schools, and will be held accountable for her actions.”

I really hate that these stories are becoming all too common. If you needed another hint as to why homeschooling might be a good option, this is it.

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