Cafeteria worker at Florida school joins the teacher bandwagon – Aimee Chevalier, 40, admits sexting and sex with teen student
‘How come the school environment has become a haven for all shades of predators and child molesters?’
Cafeteria worker at the Hernando Christian Academy in Brooksville, Fla, school accused of sexting and sex with teen student, was planning tryst at party
Aimee Chevalier,sent 100 messages to the boy, including images and videos of her nude body
Eventually the teen agreed to meet up in the school’s kitchen where the pair engaged in multiple sexual activities.
Chevalier, 40, admitted to sexting and sex with the student and was aware of his gae
She was charged with unlawful sexual activity with a minor and transmission of harmful material to a minor
Chevalier’s arrest comes three months after the husband of the school’s principal was busted for using a school-sponsored foreign exchange program to lure several teenage boys to his home and molest them
68-year-old Bruce P. McAllister is facing 32 charges for assaulting three teenage foreign-exchange students under his guardianship.
School cafeteria worker Aimee Chevalier [photo], was charged with unlawful sexual activity with a minor and transmission of harmful material to a minor
A cafeteria worker at a private schhol in Florida initiated a “sexting-type relationship” with a teen student that became a physical one, according to authorities.
Aimee Chevalier exchanged 100 graphic text messages with the boy before they met in the kitchen of Hernando Christian Academy, in Brookefield, Fla., according to an arrest affidavit obtained by the Tampa Bay Times.
The messages included images and videos of Chevalier’s nude body, the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office found. Eventually the teen agreed to meet up in the school’s kitchen where the pair engaged in multiple sexual activities.
Deputies arrested The 40-year-old Chevalier August 8. She was charged with unlawful sexual activity with a minor and transmission of harmful material to a minor.
She confessed to authorities that she was aware of the boy’s age. She admitted to having sexual relations with him, and said she had planned to have intercourse with him at an upcoming open house party at one of his friends’ homes, when the host’s parents would be away.
She had been in legal trouble before, including arrests for theft and fraud in 2007, as well as, arrests for domestic violence in 2008 and 2009.
68-year-old Bruce P. McAllister [photo top], a volunteer staff member at Hernando Christian Academy in Brooksville [photo below], used a school-sponsored foreign exchange program to lure several teenage boys to his home and molest them, McAllister is married to the school’s principal
Aimee Chevalier’s arrest comes less than three months after Bruce McAllister, the husband of the school’s former principal Cathy McAllister was arrested for assaulting several male foreign-exchange students under his supervision.
Bruce P. McAllister, a volunteer at the Hernando Christian Academy in Brooksville, allegedly used a school-sponsored foreign exchange program to lure several teenage boys to his home and molest them.
McAllister, 68, who also volunteers for the sheriff’s office working at the courthouse doing fingerprints and DNA samples, was in charge of the football program at Hernando Christian Academy.
He promised the boys, all 17-year-old foreign exchange students from Italy, he would make them stars of American football. He is facing 32 charges for assaulting three teenage foreign-exchange students, and possibly four, under his guardianship.
Bruce and Cathy McAllister have since left the services of the school.
“When these things happen in schools, it is very unfortunate,” Assistant State Attorney Erin Daly told the newspaper. “We will do everything we can to go forward in making sure these actions are reprimanded.”
Press release by Hernando Christian Academy in the wake of the school staff sex scandals
Hernando Christian Academy is a private school in Brooksville. The school’s mission, according to its website, is to build leaders “with Christian character.”
“HCA is committed to helping ensure a proper resolution in these matters and doing so in line with the strong values that have shaped the school since its founding in 1981,” the school’s lawyer said in a statement to the Tampa Bay Times.