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New Orleans Teacher Who Confessed To Lesbian Relationship With Student Avoids Jail Time

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Kimberly Naquin, a 27-year-old teacher at a Louisiana high school, has confessed to both having sex with a teenage student and conducting a year-long lesbian relationship with the 16-year-old teenage girl.

Naquin, 27, a history teacher at Destrehan High School in St Charles Parish near New Orleans, pled guilty to charges of carnal knowledge of a juvenile and sexual conduct between a teacher and a female student.

Via NOLA:

Authorities in Kenner and St. Charles Parish arrested Naquin, the daughter of former St. Charles Parish School Board President Dennis Naquin, on January 15, 2016, after relatives of the now-17-year-old girl reported the relationship.

Investigators in St. Charles accused Naquin of several sexual encounters in a classroom at the high school. The district attorney’s office in St. Charles has not yet formally charged her in that parish, according to Frank DeSalvo, Naquin’s attorney.

The victim testified in court Monday that Naquin, her world history teacher, first began trying to kindle a relationship with her one week after her 16th birthday, according to the Jefferson Parish district attorney’s office.

“I thought she was cool because she paid special attention to me,” the girl told the court.

Naquin is required to register as a sex offender for 15 years, undergo a psychological evaluation, and is not allowed to have contact with the victim for one year, the judge ordered.


Who is Kimberly Naquin?

Kimberly Naquin is a 27-year-old former teacher at Destrehan High School in St Charles Parish near New Orleans, Louisiana.


What Happened?

Naquin confessed to both having sex with a teenage student and conducting a year-long lesbian relationship with the 16-year-old teenage girl. She was charged with carnal knowledge of a juvenile and sexual conduct between a teacher and a student.

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