Disgraced teacher facing jail after luring pupil with sexy selfie

They would meet for extra-curricular activities in the car park

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A teacher is facing the prospect of prison after it was revealed that she had a steamy sex affair with a pupil.

The sexy selfie that she sent to lure him in to her arms has been shared for the world to see after the teacher spoke out about the shocking situation.

Mary Beth Haglin, 24, embarked on a sex-filled relationship with a 17-year-old student in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

She has now been charged with sexual exploitation and could be banged up for two years.

Mary has decided to put her case to the nation by speaking to Inside Edition, in which she revealed her love for the teen.

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She said: “I was completely head over heels.

“He would come into my classroom, grab a Post-It, write something and stick it to my desk on his way out.

“One read, ‘I love you so much, my empress.’”

Mary would reward these notes with a few sexy selfies in which she wore nothing more than underwear.

She would then arrange to meet the boy in a car park to do a little more than discuss his school work.

Mary revealed: “We met several times a week, not every time was just to have sex.

“There were times we would sit and talk.

“I thought in my mind this was some sort of real relationship.”

After the affair was blown wide open by a fellow student who saw them in ‘action’, Mary was sacked from her post st George Washington High School.

She says that it was a “terrible mistake” after she met the full force of the law due to being in a ‘position of authority’.

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Mary admitted:  “I realise how stupid I was and what a terrible mistake I made.

“I thought that it was something that could be kept secret and that nobody would ever know.

“I want to go back and smack myself and ask: ‘What were you thinking Mary Beth?’

“I never thought it would get this far and I apologise to each and every person I hurt.”

Nancy Brown
Associate Editor

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