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Georgia Math Teacher Allegedly Banged 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Students

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Slade Sohmer

By Slade Sohmer on January 31, 2013

What is it with all these randy math teachers this week?

TEACHER_20130131052414_320_240This ninth-grade math teacher will soon find out how the legal system solves for X when the equation is 7♂ x 16.

DaNita Wilson, a 32-year-old teacher in Charlton County, Georgia, was arrested this week after being accused of having sexual relations with seven students.

Six of the boys were over the legal age of consent, which is 16 in Georgia, but the seventh was 15. One of the young men “was a former student who has since graduated,” WPTV reported. Here’s more on Wilson’s case:

“Some of the (relationships) had been going on for at least one year or longer,” Carson said.

Wilson has also been suspended with pay, in accordance with regulations, until she has a formal hearing regarding her employment.

District officials began the inquiry Monday after receiving a complaint about the teacher.

“We received information within the school system,” said Charlton County Schools Superintendent John Lairsey. “The main meetings continued on Tuesday. At that point, we got the sheriff’s office and GBI involved, and (Wilson) was removed from class before lunch.”

Lairsey, who used to be the principal at Charlton County High School where Wilson worked, said he knew her.
“There was no reason, no indication, that this would occur,” he said.

Wilson has been at the school for a decade, he said. She typically taught ninth-grade math.

Judging from Wilson’s pic, surely most of you would want to read the juicy follow-up details had it been this other math teacher who tweeted nudes:

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[Wilson pic via Charlton County Sheriff’s Office]

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