Educator named ‘Teacher of the Year’ celebrates with teen sex parties (video)


Jared Anderson is headed to a Texas prison, convicted of sexual misconduct. The 29-year-old former teacher, the recipient of a “Teacher of the Year” award, was found guilty of charges that included hosting sex parties for his teenage students.

Just two months after receiving the 2016 top educator award, Anderson’s alleged misconduct came to light. A teacher at Judson High School in San Antonio at the time, Anderson was accused of hosting sex parties targeting teen boys from his local Mormon church.

“This all stems from a report that came in a few days ago where two victims presented themselves over at one of the substations and reported that this individual had hosted them for some parties at his house,” San Antonio Police Department spokesman Sergeant Jesse Salame reported.

According to the My San Antonio, Salame said one incident at Anderson’s home was known as a “bros night.” Reportedly, seven boys, ranging in age from 15 to 17, were greeted at the door by a sign that read, “The last one to get naked has to get the first dare.” Anderson was reportedly already naked in the house, waiting for the boys.

Other incidents included Anderson and a 17-year-old sending pictures of their genitals to each other, and games of sexual activity, police stated. And one party was in honor of being named “Teacher of the Year.”

Anderson will serve a 10-year sentence, following his guilty plea on four counts of sexual performance by a child and two counts of indecency with a child by exposure. He also faces fines of $1,500 to $9,000 on each of the counts, according to reports.

You can see a local report of Anderson’s arrest here.

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