• Sex, Guns And Alcohol: Teacher Caught Sunning And Gunning With Students

    An Indiana teacher has been arrested for a sex scandal where she lavished two teens with alcohol, cars, thousands of dollars in gifts, and guns galore.

    Police arrested Maconaquah School Corporation instructional assistant Michelle Ladd Monday on three counts of illegal transfer of firearms and two counts of felony child seduction, WISHTV reports.

    Ladd, 41, admitted to having sex with two 17-year-old boys during relationships that started as far back as 2010. She is on paid leave, and the district plans to fire her.

    The first teen got roped into Ladd’s scheme when, hard up for money to get his license reinstated, he agreed to work on Ladd’s farm, Fox 59 reports. That sparked the relationship that would turn sexual.

    Their first sexual experience took place in his home while he was in home detention, the Kokomo Tribune reports. During their relationship, the student says Ladd bought him two vehicles, alcohol, and gifts totaling in the thousands of dollars.

    Investigators believe Ladd visited her second student while he was in a juvenile detention center. The student says when he was released, they began sending graphic, sexual text messages to each other which later led to sex.

    Upon his release, the high school student not only received sex from Ladd but also rifles and handguns she purchased for him and that he could not legally own because of his record, the Kokomo Tribune reports.

    Teachers named Michelle have had a rough few weeks. Michelle Ghirelli got caught last month for hosting a beach sex party extravaganza with high school students.

    Michelle Ladd Credit: Miami County Sheriff's Office
    Michelle Ladd Credit: Miami County Sheriff’s Office

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