A Pennsylvania teacher who was supposed to be teaching while at a school for troubled youth was arrested and charged after she allegedly had an eight-month sexual relationship with a 16-year-old female student.
28-year-old Nina Scott is now facing a staggering 70 charges, including 34 counts of institutional sexual assault of a minor and 34 counts of corruption of minors.
She’s also been charged with one count of concealment of the whereabouts of a child and one count of interfering with the custody of a committed person.
She was a teacher at a Main Line school called The Village, but has since been fired.
It all came to light when a routine check of the troubled student’s room turned up a journal which had letters between the teacher and student.
The disgraced teacher had written over 30 letters to the teen, and had described getting a headboard “for our bed” and even referred to her own two-year-old daughter as “our baby girl” to the student. The student referred to Ms. Scott as her “future wife,” “the love of my life,” and said she was “good in bed.”
Both Scott and the girl initially denied their relationship to investigators, but eventually admitted it all.
The illicit affair started, according to the teen, when she asked Ms. Scott in a note how she’d feel if she kissed her. She also asked if she’d tell anybody. Scott replied that she wouldn’t. The two then kissed in a classroom.
The relationship is said to have gone on from February of 2016 to October of 2016.
Scott’s bail was set at $100,000, or $10,000 cash.