Aldine teacher fired after allegedly sexually assaulting student

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HOUSTON, TX – It’s one thing to call for help, but it’s another thing when the help you call ends up being the problem. That’s what one family is claiming.

It all started at Aldine ISD. A substitute teacher at Davis High School allegedly sexually assaulted a 16-year-old student, and was also supposedly sexting other students through social media.

Naturally, the family of the victim was upset, but they’ve also got a bone to pick with the Aldine ISD police. They say when police questioned the student about the incident. He was put in handcuffs in front of other students.

“I just don’t understand the handcuffs parts at all,” the boy’s mother said. “I don’t understand how they questioned him. I don’t understand why they didn’t contact me for up to three or four hours.”

Aldine ISD released this statement to NewsFix saying:

‘The investigation into the allegation is ongoing. The substitute teacher is no longer allowed on any Aldine ISD campus.’

The boy’s mom says her son is still enrolled in school, but they just want some answers to help bring some closure.

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