Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Retired Barrie teacher faces hearing over alleged sexual misconduct

Allegations against a retired Barrie high school teacher who faces a disciplinary hearing include sending a student sexually explicit texts and giving her a sex toy.

David Thomas Hay, who retired May 2, 2016, faces professional misconduct charges at an Ontario College of Teachers hearing July 12 in Toronto.

Hay, who taught at Bear Creek Secondary School, is accused of having been involved in an inappropriate personal relationship with a female student between 2009 and 2014.

The teachers' college alleges Hay called the teenager “gorgeous” and “hotstuff” in texts and emails, at one point saying: “I love you.”

In June 2014, the girl received a gift of a vibrator from the teacher, the college says.

At one point, he allegedly sent a text telling the student, “Don’t waste your money on a dildo — take the vibrator route for sure.”

Another communication reportedly said: “Now go and picture me giving you a vibrator and give yourself a fantastic orgasm.”

Another text says, “(It) wouldn’t be the first time I took a former student shopping for toys.”

Hay also suggested the teen engage in sex with he and his wife during a conversation in June 2014, the college alleges.  (more...)

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