Teacher Charged

Teacher’s group sex with football players was consensual, not rape: Cops

A Florida teacher/athletic trainer who claimed she was doped then gang-raped by four members of the high school football team allegedly twisted the truth.

Now, Brianna Walker, 25, has been charged with giving false information to the police and offering alcohol to a minor.

According to cops, on May 30, 2018, two 18-year-old and two 17-year-old football players went to the teacher’s home and engaged in group sex.

Two days later she went to New Smyrna Beach police and reported she had been drugged and raped by the high school gridiron stars.


Cops say that teacher Brianna Walker had consensual group sex with four high school football players. FACEBOOK

Almost immediately, the police were suspicious of her story. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports Walker was hazy on details and said she did not consent to have sex with all four boys.

She wasn’t sure if she agreed to have sex with one of the boys.

Days later, she resigned from her position at Spruce Creek High School and now lives in Minnesota.

Detectives found that Walker’s toxicology report was negative for date-rape drugs.

She also allegedly had a history of flirtatious behaviour with students. It was determined the sex was consensual but police began investigating Walker for other potential crimes.

The News-Journal said reports showed the teacher told cops she consumed two alcoholic drinks before the players arrived. She knocked back a third while the boys were there.

And she admitted allowing the boys to “partake in alcoholic consumption provided by her.”

The boys claimed Walker offered them booze but they did not participate in the drinking.

Walker is slated to go on trial later this month. She has pleaded not guilty and her lawyer said the former educator would fight the charges.

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