Geneva Henry, an English teacher at Jupiter Christian School, was arrested in May 2009 after police said the mother of three sent sexually explicit messages to a 14-year-old male student through MySpace. "I want to rip all your clothes off and have sex with you to the point of ecstasy," Henry, then 29, wrote. "I want to kiss you all over." The boy told police the teacher wrote him six poems and asked to meet him after school and on a weekend. Another 19-year-old student told police that Henry asked if she could use his house for a sexual liaison with the boy. The teacher acknowledged inappropriate contact with the boy and told police she had bipolar disorder. Her husband stood by her in court last year. Henry’s trial on a charge of lewd and lascivious conduct is pending.
Corrections Dept, Handout
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