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TEACHER-TEEN SEX TRYST CASE WON'T BE DISMISSED Another teen who appeared in the explicit video told an unidentified adult that Ciotta was having sex with a student and said “if [police] have her phone, then they will find out.” Police were able to obtain a warrant for Ciotta’s cell phone and home where they discovered a hand written note to her husband explaining the relationship with her underage student, as well as the alleged victim’s school records, Patch reported.Ciotta was arrested September 20 but was released from custody the next day after she posted 0,000 bail.Australian teachers seem to have something against chocolate.Back in February, an Australian mom was shamed by her child's teacher for sending her pre-schooler to school with a slice of chocolate cake. "There are other mothers who can’t even afford to do lunch orders and then for them to get shamed about what they’re giving their kid for recess, I just don’t like it ...It feels icky to me"School food bans are increasingly becoming a thing—just last year, the USDA began requiring schools to get rid of junk food—and for parents, it's hard not to get on board.After all, these strict guidelines are all for your child's benefit, right?
After the mom and daughter washed their hands, the lady from the stall approached the sink, and even though Mallory prayed for her daughter to stay quiet, Adisyn held nothing back, saying, "Hey lady, those were really mean things you were saying! Adisyn had more to say about how fabulous of a job her teachers are doing during their ride home. "I could have told her that I have worked for the last two weeks 12 to 15 hours per day preparing the perfect curriculum for ALL 109 of my students."Imagine if someone turned around and said to me, ‘Yeah, your son’s not allowed to have choc milk at recess because it’s not healthy enough.’ I would have burst into tears and gone straight to my psychologist and hyperventilated the whole way there."Besides embarrassing parents, who may be struggling to buy food for their families, the rule seems pretty arbitrary.