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A depraved substitute teacher has been arrested after she posted videos allegedly showing her having unprotected sex with a pupil.
Ayanna Davis, 20, a substitute English teacher at Lakeland High School in Florida, United States, sent the clip of her engaging in the activity with a minor at the high school on the photo messaging app Snapchat.
After bringing her in for questions on Friday, officers charged the woman with sexual battery by custodian and offenses against students by an authority figure.
Davis admitted having sexual intercourse with the student on four occasions — twice at his house, and twice at her house, the New York Post reported.
Suspicions first began to be raised when a clip began to circulate among the school's American Football team, which prompted an investigation by school staff.
Officers say they have now begun a hunt to find the video shared on the app, which is famous for its 'disappearing photo' feature that deletes images for the recipient after viewing them once.
Sheriff Grady Judd told local television station WFLA: “I know it’s out there someplace”
He added: “This is a clear violation of sexual battery laws. She was in a position of influence over the victim, and she took advantage of that for her own twisted pleasure”
Officials from the local education authority have said that Davis is not their employee, but had been teaching Lakeland High School as a substitute teacher contracted to Kelly Education Services.
The company has reassured parents that she is now banned from working at any schools in the local area.
A statement from Superintendent Frederick Heid read: "We expect substitute teachers to uphold the same high standards of conduct and professionalism as our full-time educators”
“The charges against this person are disgraceful and a complete violation of the trust that teachers build with their students. There is no room in our schools for this type of conduct.”
Davis appeared in court on December 11, and a $60,000 bond was entered for all five charges.
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