BREAKING: Hernando High Employee Resigns After Allegations of Sexual Misconduct
BROOKSVILLE – RNRF received information from an anonymous source that an employee with Hernando High School was forced to resign, after allegations of sexual misconduct with several students.
According to that source, 7 to 8 students at the high school had engaged in sexual activity with 30-year-old Jessica Moen at various occasions over the last year.
Eric Williams, a spokesperson with Hernando County Schools says, Moen worked as a secretary at the school since September of last year, and then resigned February 27th after allegations surfaced regarding the inappropriate contact with students.
Although all the alleged acts occurred with students over the age of 18, local law enforcement was contacted to investigate to ensure that none of the students were minors at the time of the incidents.
It is not known at this time if the sexual encounters took place on School property or off campus.
Our source provided a list of the students who were allegedly involved, but we are not releasing their identities at this time.
We will bring more on this story as it develops.
UPDATE: Spokesperson Eric Williams says “According to information that I have received from law enforcement, none of the sexual encounters took place on schools grounds.”
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