Georgia teacher allegedly allowed teens to have sex in classroom closet

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STONE MOUNTAIN, GA - If the devil went down to Georgia looking for a soul to steal, then he may have ended up in the town of Stone Mountain, outside of Atlanta. That's where Quinton Wright, a middle school math teacher, is accused of letting his students have sex in his classroom's closet.

A parent, who wishes to remain anonymous, has pretty good proof these sexual escapades took place: texts exchanged between Wright, and her 14-year-old son.

"He told my son you can have it from 7:30 to 8:30. 'Did you tell the girl what's going to happen, and that she cannot tell anybody.' Basically, 'don't tell anybody I'm allowing you to use my room.'"

Mom says the teacher went as far as sending her son a calendar showing other teachers' schedules, and a text saying he didn't have any condoms.

"It's very sickening and disheartening, because we trust administrators and educators when we drop our kids off at school."

Wright was fired, and now he's now wanted by police on at least one misdemeanor charge. If the accusations are true, the only thing this (former) math teacher can count on, is jail time.

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