A Florida teacher turned to Facebook this year to solicit sex from teenage male students, praising one for his "amazing" body and enticing the boys with the promise of marijuana, police said Friday.
Stevie Glasspool allegedly solicited sex from teenage boys using Facebook. (Image provided by WPBF)
"I don't want you to fall in love with me but I don't want you to hit it and quit it either," read a message allegedly sent to a teenage boy from the teacher, Stevie Glasspool, who was arrested Thursday on a warrant from the Broward Sheriff's Office.
Cops say other messages included, "your body is amazing," "I wish you were single," "I have marijuana for us to smoke," and "you will be graded on your performance."
Officials say they began investigating Glasspool after the parents of a 17-year-old boy discovered the sexually suggestive messages and reported them to authorities.
At least four boys, ranging from 15 to 17 years old, were solicited from Mavericks Charter High School, according to WPBF. Police, however, believe there may be more victims and are encouraging anyone with additional informaiton to call them.
"She liked to target kids from 15 to 17, boys," Broward Sheriff's Detective Ann Suter said.
Glasspool was fired from Mavericks Charter High School in May. She reportedly did not report for duty at the school the days she felt she was in danger of getting caught for her online messages.
"She started to feel the heat for this [sexual solicitation], which is why she left," said Suter.
But soon after, Glasspool began teaching at Hollywood Academy of Arts and Science Charter School and remained employed there until her arrest Thursday.
"She's moved from charter school to charter school to charter school," said Suter.
Hollywood Academy of Arts and Science Charter School released a statement saying they "do background checks on every employee prior to them entering the classroom" and that "parents have been informed" of Glasspool.
Suter added that Glasspool's background check "would show nothing as far as her being fired from different schools," but added that will change now that she has been arrested.
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