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Teacher Who Served Time For Sleeping With A Student Is Found Working At A School


Crystal Clowdus, a former high school maths teacher who spent six months in prison for sending naked pictures to a 15-year-old male student, is in jail again after it was found she was teaching at an elementary school.

Clowdus, 35, was arrested on Wednesday, August 9 in Blount County, Alabama after she was found to be volunteering at Oneonta Elementary School.

By being at the school, Clowdus violated the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act. A violation is considered a felony charge. After being arrested, Clowdus was booked into the Blount County jail and her bond set at $15,000.
In 2014, Clowdus told a boy at Susan Moore High School in Blountsville, Alabama that she wanted to have sex with him.


Clowdus received a 10-year sentence, but nine of those years will be suspended. She will serve six months in the Blount County Correctional Facility, followed by six months of house arrest, Casey said. She was expected to begin serving her jail time this afternoon.

Following her one year in detention, Clowdus will have a five-year probation period. She is also required to register as a lifetime sex offender and has to surrender her teaching license.

Clowdus, a wife and mother of a young son, was arrested Dec. 20, 2013, and turned herself in at the Blount County Correction Facility. She was jailed on a charge of transmitting obscene material to a child, and jailed with bond set at $100,000.

Clowdus has handed a 10-year suspended sentence, however, she only served six months in the Blount County jail, followed by six months of house arrest. After her house arrest concluded, Clowdus had to serve a five-year probation period, was required to register as a lifetime sex offender and surrender her teaching license.

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