Teacher Arrested after Sending Shower Pics to 17-year-old High School Student in Missouri

Ellisnore, MO: A teacher at East Carter County School is accused of sending a high school student inappropriate pictures.

An official statement of probable cause says that Ellisnore police were called to East Carter County High School on May 3 to look into a harassment claim that Trever L. Lewis, a school employee, sent inappropriate pictures of himself to a high school student over the internet.

Documents for charging state When Lewis, who was born in 1997, sent a picture of himself in the shower and asked the minor to shower with him, he also sent other pictures of himself in different states of undress, which could have scared, intimidated, or upset the victim mentally.

Photos were sent between January 1 and May 3, according to court papers.

Lewis was arrested on May 9 for harassment and abuse of a child (no sexual contact) and was charged with stalking in the first degree. His bond was set at ten thousand dollars.

On Tuesday, May 28, at 9 a.m., Lewis will make his first court appearance.

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The administration “took immediate action in response to the safety of our campus,” according to a statement from Superintendent Richard Sullivan.

“The East Carter County R-2 School District cannot provide public comment about specific personnel matters, out of respect for the privacy of our students and staff and in accordance with state and federal law. The District can confirm, however, that it recently received a report regarding allegations of staff misconduct and that our administration took immediate action in response to protect the safety of our campus. The District continues to cooperate with local law enforcement and state agencies in their ongoing investigations and will continue to monitor this situation to see if additional actions are warranted.”

“As demonstrated by our Board policies and practice, the District is steadfastly committed to providing an inclusive and safe environment for all of our students and staff. The District promptly investigates complaints when received and takes remedial measures in response. We encourage students and families to bring any concerns to our attention so they may be addressed appropriately,” he also added.

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