We’re referring to a teacher in Georgia who was recently fired after allegedly allowing two students have sex in a classroom closet.
The teacher, Quentin Wright (pictured), was fired from his math teaching job at The Champion School in Stone Mountain, when a 14-year-old’s mother discovered texts that her son was exchanging with Wright.
“He told my son you can have it from 7:30 to like 8:30,” the mother said. “‘Did you tell the girl what’s going to happen? That she cannot tell anybody?’ Basically don’t tell anyone I’m allowing you to use my room.”
The mother also says that the math teacher sent her son a calendar with the schedule of all the teachers, as well as a text saying he did not have condoms. The man offered storage space for sex but no condoms.
After Quentin Wright was placed into police custody, his mother, Joyce, – according to Inquisitor – blasted the allegations that her son had anything to do with the disturbing charges.
“They’re trying to ruin his career as an educator. I am very hurt and very upset that this whole thing has come out. He said, ‘Mom, there is no way, no way I would do anything like that.’ He is very upset about it, he’s very upset, because he cared a lot.”
Wright’s mom said she believes her son. Moreover, she claims the allegations don’t fit who her son is and likely will be dismissed.
“He loved his students he would never do anything to harm his students. If you had asked any of the students how Mr. Wright has loved them, cared for them and been a good teacher, a good mentor, they would all say he was a great teacher.”
As far as Wright’s firing from the school, a spokesperson with the school district said that the communication with the minor student was against policy. In short, he was terminated and accused of “inappropriate conduct and communications of a sexual nature with students.”