Just another example of seemingly intelligent young women who are throwing their careers away for sex with underage males. Don’t think this has reached epidemic proportions? Check out the list of Female Teacher Sex Scandals at our sister site, The DumbAss Daily. There’s at least one case like this a week these days, and sometimes close to ONE A DAY. Is no one telling them this is against school policy at the least, and possibly a felony at the worst? Hey, it’s not like we don’t try to get the word out there.
In this case we have Erin Queen, 27, a girls basketball coach and teacher at Charles Page High School in Sand Springs, Oklahoma. She was arrested on Saturday morning, after she allegedly spent the night at a Candlewood Suites hotel room (they do have nice rooms) with an underage boy. According to some reports, the boy told his parents he was staying at a friend’s house, the parents called to check on him and when they found out he wasn’t there, they called police who eventually caught up with the couple at the hotel at 4:30 am.
Yes, 17 is above the age of consent in most states, but an Oklahoma statute defines rape “where the victim is at least 16 years of age and is less than 18 years of age and is a student…and engages in sexual intercourse with a person who is 18 years of age or older and is an employee of the same school system.” She will be charged with felony first degree rape.
Some reports are saying Queen is married, but we can’t confirm that. If she was, and these charges turn out to be true, she probably won’t be part of a couple very long.
There are reports that this commercial has been banned in the USA for being too steamy. Yeah, right. Have you seen some of the latest Victoria’s Secret spots? This is tame by comparison, but it does feature our favorite Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue cover model, Kate Upon, who has a mesmerizing way about her when she runs.
Here’s more from the YouTube description:
The infamous talking ZOO YORK Roaches are back! This time alongside supermodel and Sports Illustrated cover girl Kate Upton. Watch as a hilarious misunderstanding reminiscent of Who’s On First turns near fatal for our vermin friends on the streets of NYC.
Featuring the voices of Giovanni Reda and Felix Arguelles.
Earlier this week, a winning coach on a 6th grade basketball team had part of his ear bitten off by the losing coach following a game. Now we have the father of a 5th to 8th grader at St. Stanislaus School in Michigan City, Indiana punching and beating his daughter’s coach until he was unconscious.
The father, Shelly S. Miller, 37, walked into practice about 3 pm to pick up his child, he saw the girl running laps. The coach sent two girls running after they got into an argument at practice. Not exactly sure what Mr. Miller objected to about that, but his first move was to approach assistant coach Jeffrey Yackus and punch him. Once Yackus was on the ground, Miller then climbed on top of him and continued punching him until he knocked him out. Fortunately, the head coach was nearby, and pulled Miller off Yackus.
Yackus was taken to the hospital, where he was treated for a concussion, while Miller was arrested and charged with battery.
Probably not if you’re the winning CYO coach of a 6th grade basketball team in Springfield, MA. (For those of you not familiar with the acronym, CYO stands for Catholic Youth Organization and for parts of the country where there is a large Catholic population, they run the sports programs at the grade schools. So yes, the biter was supposed to be a good Christian man.) Reports are not telling us what triggered this incident, but apparently the biter, Timothy Lee Forbes, 34, was not happy with the bitee and winning coach, also 34.
After the game, Forbes allegedly approached the victim, words were exchanged, fisticuffs ensued and, instead of giving the other guy a piece of his mind, the assistant coach took part off the guy’s ear. Forbes fled the scene, reportedly knocking over some of the crying children on his way out, but turned himself in later. He now stands charged with mayhem (Mayhem? What is this an Allstate commercial?), assault and battery, disorderly conduct, and–wait for it–assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Forbes is being held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing on Friday. The victim had surgery to re-attach the piece-o-ear, but there is no word on his condition or the success of the operation.
My favorite part of this story is from the preliminary hearing where Forbes’ attorney, Philip Lauro, is quoted as saying “It’s a very difficult situation for everyone involved.” Yes, especially for the GUY WHO HAD PART OF HIS EAR BIT OFF IN PUBLIC IN FRONT OF HIS KIDS. Your client, Mr. Lauro, not so much. (Video from the hearing below)
Last week we brought you the video of two geezer golfers beating the crap out of a young man who was using an air horn to disrupt their game. Readers were divided over whether the young punks or the old geezers were at fault there . . . usually along generational lines.
Other readers pointed us to the video below, where prank-playing teens and senior golfers get into it. Again, who’s the bigger jerks here: the kids for thinking it’s funny for disturbing these guys round, or the geezers who take a putter to their precious radio controlled car?