School employee allegedly caught on film having sex with two 15-year-old students
December 13, 2019
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A female teacher’s aide in the US has been sacked and arrested after security footage emerged allegedly showing her having sex with two teenage schoolboys.

Kirstie None Rosa, a 27-year-old teacher’s aide from Florida in the US, was charged with three counts of second-degree felony lewd and lascivious behaviour and was also accused of providing nicotine, alcohol and marijuana to minors, according to NBC News.

The specific charges levelled against her include promote sexual activity with a victim less than 16, two counts of narcotic equipment or paraphernalia delivered to a minor, providing nicotine dispensing device to a minor and providing alcohol to someone under 21, according to a Collier County Sheriff’s Office arrest report cited by Naples Daily News.

Ms Rosa was an employee of the Collier County School District and was working at Phoenix Alternative School.

Teacher's aide Kirstie Rosa was arrested after police allegedly saw video footage of her having sex with teenage students. Picture: FacebookSource:Facebook

Her employer told NBC News they would be recommending the termination of her contract, and other media outlets have since reported she has now been sacked.

According to Fox News, Ms Rosa allegedly had sex with the 15-year-old students in a community pool near her home and allegedly had sex with one of the students several times at his house and her apartment.

Earlier this year, she allegedly spoke with them via Snapchat and arranged to pick them up and drive them to a party and also gave them drugs and alcohol before taking a group of teenage students back to her home.

According to NBC News, video footage from the community pool showed her engaging in sex with the students.

She reportedly told police she allowed the students to come over and use her apartment complex’s communal pool but insisted she “didn’t hang out with them”.

Ms Rosa was arrested earlier this month and taken to Naples Jail Centre where she is being held on $US52,000 ($A75,515) bond.

Phoenix Alternative School was established to cater to students who struggle in a traditional school environment.