Married middle school teacher, 26, faces up to 50 YEARS in jail after admitting to raping a 14-year-old male student in his bed for a year as classmates say they ‘noticed them flirting’
- Megan Pauline Jordan (25) pleaded guilty to having sex in the student’s bed
- Pleaded guilty to four counts of rape after being charged with eight last year
- Classmates said they noticed subtle flirting and teasing’ and boy did it never work
A middle school science teacher faces 50 years in prison after admitting to year-long rape of a 14-year-old boy she taught.
Megan Pauline Jordan (25), who married in 2021, pleaded guilty to four counts of carnal knowledge and one count of indecent liberties of a minor.
The former teacher at Hungary Creek Middle School, in Chesterfield, Virginia, was charged in the case on June 30 of last year, before her plea agreement. She faces up to 50 years in prison and will be sentenced at a later date.
Jordan and the teenager snuck into his bedroom numerous times during the 2022-23 school year to have sex, and her DNA was found on his bed sheets.
Students at the school were shocked to learn that ‘Ms Jordan’ had committed the crimes, but others said they had seen the signs for months.
Megan Pauline Jordan (25) (right), a former teacher at Hungary Creek Middle School, in Chesterfield, Virginia, admitted to raping a 14-year-old boy she taught.
Jordan pleaded guilty to four counts of carnal knowledge and one count of indecent liberties of a minor
‘She was my teacher, I knew there was something wrong with her and the student’s relationship,’ wrote one on social media.
‘The student won’t do any of the work and she won’t blink an eye. I noticed subtle flirting and teasing, the tension between them was insane.
“She deserves life in prison for taking care of this poor child.”
Photos on the school’s social media pages showed Jordan posing with staff and students in fancy dress, once in a school Cougars jersey and another in an ugly Christmas sweater – both times with mouse ears.
Henrico County Commonwealth’s Attorney Shannon Taylor thanked the “brave actions” of those who reported the crimes to police.
Photos on the school’s social media pages showed Jordan posing with staff and students in fancy dress, once in an ugly Christmas jumper and mouse ears
“We always ask people if they see something unusual, or not quite right, to say something,” she said.
“Because of their efforts, this predator is off the streets, out of our schools, and will be held accountable for her actions.”
Henrico Schools called Jordan’s arrest “an extremely serious and disturbing situation” in an email to parents last year.
“We have communicated with families at the school and will continue to support our school community in any way necessary,” it said.