Beaufort County, South Carolina teachers Brittney Whetzel and Akina Andrews hold amazing booze fueled spring break party for teen victims, with one teacher sleeping with two students.
A South Carolina teacher has bragged to colleagues that she ‘couldn’t control’ herself when she had physical intimacies with two students at a booze-fueled party hosted with another coworker.
The new revelations follow Brittney Whetzel, 28, and Akina Andrews, 23, being arrested in April for allegedly throwing students a spring break party in Lady’s Island, WGHP reported.
Whetzel, a Battery Creek High School teacher, reportedly searched online two days before the ensuing party, ‘Can teachers get in trouble for sleeping with former students?’
According to a report via the Island Packet newspaper the ‘hot to go’ English teacher told friends on April 4th that she couldn’t wait until graduation, June 3rd, so she could do whatever she wanted, including have the teen’s ‘beautiful babies’.
But before the student could get his diploma, Whetzel invited him and three other teens, a mere five days later to her Beaufort County home for drinking games, according to officials.
Andrews, a media assistant who also taught at Battery Creek High School, was also in attendance at the party.
The teachers are accused of supplying beer, wine and tequila to the teens.
Whetzel allegedly had sex with two of the students while at the party. Though both were the age of consent, it’s illegal for teachers to have physical relations with students under South Carolina law.
But it gets better.
Brittney Whetzel, Beaufort County, South Carolina teacher: ‘a threat to the health, safety and welfare of students’.
In a group text with colleagues, Whetzel following the rendezvous later that evening boasted about the sexual encounter.
A third coworker in the group chat reported the incident to police and the two partying teachers were arrested, according to officials.
Whetzel was charged April 16 with sexual battery and transfer of beer or wine for an underage person’s consumption.
Andrews, turned herself in to authorities the same day and was charged with providing alcohol to minors.
Following the female teacher’s arrests, school district officials placed Whetzel on paid administrative leave April 12 before she resigned April 23. Andrews was put on paid administrative leave April 11, and her employment with the district ended April 27 at the district’s discretion.
Of note, the South Carolina Department of Education suspended Whetzel’s teaching certificate a day after Whetzel resigning. The state board at the time cited the teacher posing a ‘threat to the health, safety and welfare of students’.
Not immediately understood is what led to the contravening female educators betraying their position of trust, power and authority in subjugating their teen male victims….