Katherine Harper: Texas Cheerleading Coach Pregnant By 15-Year-Old Student?

Katherine Ruth Harper, a 27-year-old middle school English teacher and cheerleading coach at John M. Tidwell Middle School, was arrested last week after it was discovered that she had had sex with a 15-year-old student.

In addition to the nude photos allegedly shared between the cheerleading coach and the boy, explicit text messages were also exchanged. She is sometimes known as Katherine Ruth Harper.

The affidavit reportedly says police launched an investigation into the inappropriate relationship after receiving an anonymous tip through the school district website naming Harper and the student.

Investigators who seized the lad's mobile phone said the two communicated with each other some 76 times.

Pictured, the Tidwell Middle School where Katherine Harper Texas teacher taught.Pictured, Katherine Harper Texas teacher, 'Why decline...?'

The teen admitted to having a sexual relationship with Harper when school officials questioned him.

They are said to have had sex several times from the start of June to the end of July past year, according to reports.

The student reportedly confessed to his high school principal about the affair.

"If we go back in time it's around when that event took place, but she is married, we believe, still".

Harper is eight months pregnant, but the arrest warrant does not explicitly say if the teenager is the baby's alleged father.

'One thing led to another and she told me to "put it in" and I did, ' the boy told investigators, according to Fox4.

He also stated they drank alcohol together and that he performed oral sex on the teacher, who was also his tennis instructor, btw.

The police affidavit indicates that a school official asked the student if he and Harper had sex.

Harper faces the second-degree felony charge of having an improper relationship with a student, and has been released from Denton County Jail after posting $15,000 (£12,000) bail.

But they reopened the investigation in December after an anonymous tip.

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