Teacher Texts Teen, Time To Travel To Tahiti

Are teachers not smart enough to figure out that sending text messages leaves a trail . . . right back to them? So when you, as an adult, send a text to a 13-year-old girl that says “you are an awesome girlfriend” you should expect that’s going to eventually catch up to you. In this case, a San Antonio middle school teacher is accused of not only sending naughty messages, but also molesting the teen.

Nora Martinez was arrested Monday night. The 30-year-old is charged with indecency with a child and improper relationship between an educator and student. She’s been an 8th grade math teacher at Stevenson Middle School for 7 years. The alleged victim is not her student but did attend the school.

The 13-year-old girl’s father reportedly found out about the alleged relationship through text messages sent to the child from Martinez. News 4 WOAI has learned the two text messages that popped up on the teen’s cell phone were “I love doing that you baby” and “you are an awesome girlfriend.”

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About Chase Morgan
Chase Morgan is just your average, ordinary All-American writer. Chase began writing several years ago, but never published anything until the "Are You Friggen' Kidding Me?" blog launched in August of 2009. Chase simply got tired of standing around and just observing all of the craziness in the world, so this anxious writer sat down and wrote the first "Are YOu Friggen' Kidding Me?" article on August 19th, 2009. Now, any time something makes Chase say, "Are You Friggen' Kidding Me?", the issue get's transformed into an article. Chase is currently single, homeless and living under a bridge in South Florida.

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