On Thursday, more students testified about sexual relations with former Kennedale High School teacher Brittni Colleps, 28.
The married Texas educator is accused of having sex with five of her students while she taught at the school. Each of the students was over 18 at the time.
One student, who testified using the pseudonym “Richard” said he went to her house with three fellow students. He said as the others had sex with her, she performed oral sex on him twice.
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Another student using the name of “Jordan” testified he did not believe it when he heard Colleps was engaging in sexual relationships with students. He and two friends went to the teacher’s home and all of them had sex with her, according to his testimony.
According to Star-Telegram.com, both Richard and Jordan have stated they do not feel as though they were victims.
Earlier in the week, a student using the name of “Aaron” testified that text messages between he and Colleps became sexual, with the teacher writing she is an “anything goes in sex kind of girl.” He told the jury the two had sex five times, four of which involved several other male students.
Jurors were shown video taken on Aaron’s cell phone, allegedly of one of the encounters in which Collep, Aaron, and three other students are having sex.
A second student testified Tuesday using the name of “Mark,” saying he made contact with Colleps using email, texts, and Facebook. The two then made plans to have sex, and their first physical encounter began by the teacher picking him up and driving him to her home. He said they had sex two days in a row, but he subsequently reunited with a girlfriend so he did not have sex with Colleps again.
Although each of the students was of age, it is against the law in Texas for a teacher to have an improper relationship with a student, regardless of age. Colleps could be sentenced to up to 20 years in prison if found guilty of the charges against her.
At the time the student sexual encounters allegedly took place, Colleps’ husband was in the military, stationed at Fort Polk, La. Despite the accusations against his wife, he is reportedly standing by her.
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