Two teachers at the same Louisiana high school have been charged in the sex abuse of the same male student, according to police.
Shelley Dufresne, 32, and Rachel Respess, 24, both teach at Destrehan High School in St. Charles Parish. They are each charged with one count of carnal knowledge of a juvenile, according to the St. Charles Herald Guide.
WDSU quoted an unnamed source who implied that the victim was involved in a threesome with the teachers. That detail and others were confirmed by Kenner police in booking reports released Thursday.
Investigators confirmed Wednesday that the encounter allegedly took place at Respess’ apartment after a Destrehan football game Sept. 12, and that all three were together at the residence until early morning hours of the next day.
Dufresne, who has taught at the school for 10 years, was arrested Tuesday and released from St. Charles Parish jail on $200,000 bond later that night. According to WGNO, the mother of three is under house arrest, and is not allowed to leave her home except for continued intensive mental health treatment, doctors’ appointments, and church.
Respass, who is in her second year teaching at the school, turned herself in on Wednesday.
Police began their investigation last Friday after educators learned that a male student had been “bragging to other students that he was having a sexual relationship with teachers,” according to a St. Charles Sheriff’s Office report.
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A teenager obsessed with TV serial killer Dexter was jailed today for the murder of his 17-year-old girlfriend, who he ferociously stabbed before dismembering her body in a “blood-curdling” killing.
Steven, who was 16 at the time of the murder, killed Elizabeth in the bedroom of his home in Oxted, Surrey on January 24 this year.
Having stabbed her in the head and back, he went on to dismember her legs and an arm, wrapped the limbs in clingfilm and placed them in bin bags, before covering her body in a green plastic garden sheet.
Steven, now 17, has been jailed for 25 years.
The teenager used saws and tools from his father’s tree surgeon business to cut up Elizabeth’s body.
Judge Critchlow said: “You decided at the age of 16 you had to kill somebody, you chose Elizabeth. It’s chilling to read that you described her on occasion as your project.”
Lewis Power QC, defending Miles, described the murder as a “chilling, blood-curdling and sustained” killing inspired by the TV series Dexter.
He said: “This was a truly gruesome killing ripped from the pages of a hit TV script. The evidence points to the defendant trying to emulate the actions of the character Dexter who he idolised.”