High School Teacher Fired For Sending Nude Snapchats to Students While Drunk

High School Teacher Fired For Sending Nude Snapchats to Students While Drunk

February 11, 2016
A high school teacher allegedly sent naked Snapchats to her students while intoxicated.
Florida high school teacher Dionne Younce was fired after drunkenly sending partially naked pictures on photo-sharing app Snapchat and calling her students. Younce, 28, was terminated from her position as a physical education teacher and coach from Allen D. Nease High School.
The St. Augustine Record reports that Younce was suspended with pay on Jan. 20. According to the WJXT, the letter addressed to the former high school teacher read:
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“You are not to discuss this suspension with any co-worker, parents or students.”
Her termination became finalized by the board at a February school district meeting. Authorities are currently conducting investigation though no arrests or charges have been made.
Younce had reportedly sent these Snapchats of her in only a bra to a handful of students. Three students claim that these private messages began in Fall of 2015. A student admitted that he communicated with the teacher in a casual way but that it turned sexual. They began flirting and sending naked pictures of themselves to each other.
Gossip began spreading about the two and Younce reportedly tried to cover up by telling the student to not talk about their communication. Another student claimed that Younce would sometimes call him at night to talk about sports. He said:
“To be completely honest, [she] used to sometimes be, I think, under the influence [when she called].”
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