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Georgia Teacher Who Slept With 3 Of Her Students Somehow Doesn’t Need To Register As Sex Offender

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Phoebe Jo Chapman, a former high school teacher in Valdosta, Georgia, who was accused of sleeping with three of her students, was able to accept a plea bargain in which she serves no jail time.

Chapman, 44, turned herself into the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office in Valdosta in April 2015 and was initially charged with three counts of sexual assault.

Chapman, who resigned in 2015  from Lowndes High School, pled guilty second-degree cruelty to children. Under the plea bargain, Chapman will not go to jail and will not even have to register as a sex offender.

She was arrested in April of 2015 after she was accused of having sex with three students while she was a teacher at Lowndes High School. It was three separate incidents with three separate boys, all of which who graduated.

“Most of these students have now graduated, but each of the alleged instances was confirmed to have occurred while the children were students at the high school,” Lt. Stryde Jones said.

Chapman was fined $2,000 and sentenced to four years of probation.


What Happened?

Phoebe Jo Chapman, a former high school teacher in Valdosta, Georgia, who was accused of sleeping with three of her students was able to accept a plea bargain in which she serves no jail time.

Chapman was fined $2,000 and sentenced to four years of probation.


Where Is Lowndes High School?

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