How Lacey Sponsler a substitute teacher was arrested for indecent exposure, with the woman’s arrest one of many previous instances of questionable behavior.
Lacey Sponsler an Oklahoma choir teacher has been arrested after doing a cartwheel in front of students while allegedly not wearing any underwear.
Charged with indecent exposure, the 34 year old substitute teacher at the time was wearing a long dress without any undergarments on underneath, causing her to ‘to expose herself to the students in the class’.
A 17-year-old Pawhuska High School student recorded the incident on a cell phone using the Snapchat app, according to a probable cause affidavit cited by the SmokingGun.
Police Chief Scott Laird of the Pawhuska Police Department, said the incident happened during a high school choir class in Pawhuska, about 100 miles northeast of Oklahoma City.
According to cops, Lacey Dawn Sponsler did the cartwheel in the Junior High Choir room when her dress ‘flipped up’, exposing her buttocks.
An officer who saw the video wrote in the affidavit that he also noticed Sponsler ‘was not wearing any type of underwear’.
But here’s where it gets weirder.
The 17-year-old student said the choir teacher told here class she ‘was not wearing underwear before performing the cartwheel’, which according to the student exposed her ‘bare vagina’.
In the affidavit the student claimed that she saw Sponsler’s ‘vagina open and close, as her legs were in the air’.
The teen also told cops that Sponsler ‘had been talking about using drugs’ and commented on how she ‘thought fourteen year old boys were like men’.
Gurl werks hard for the moollah …
Sponsler was arrested Tuesday afternoon upon which time the choir teacher denied doing the cartwheel in class.
She told police that she was ‘just dancing with the students’ and ‘trying to be a cool teacher’.
Pawhuska police say Sponsler remained jailed until Wednesday morning. Indeed…
And then there was this via the SmokingGun that made my eyeballs fall out…
“According to court records, Sponsler pleaded guilty in 2008 to marijuana possession, public intoxication, and possession of drug paraphernalia (for which she received a two-year deferred sentence, was fined $1100, and was ordered to perform 100 hours of community service). In December 2009, a judge ruled that Sponsler violated her probation, in part because she had not disclosed being questioned by police investigating an accused meth cook. Sponsler told cops that she had been present in the suspect’s home when he was manufacturing the drug, adding that the man was “careless when he cooks.”
In September 2011, Sponsler pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine and marijuana in the presence of a child and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was sentenced to a three-year deferred sentence. As part of that plea deal, prosecutors dropped a burglary charge against Sponsler, who is pictured below in a mug shot snapped yesterday.”