A former Cedar Park Middle School teacher is accused of having sexual contact 11 to 12 times with a male student from Vandegrift High School, according to an arrest affidavit.
Nicole Marie Faires Andrews was charged with sexual assault of a child, a second-degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison. Andrews had an ongoing relationship with the victim after they met at the Church at Canyon Creek, where Andrews was a volunteer youth administrator, the sheriff’s office said.
She also sent the teenager some nude shots. Probably thinking she was being a little sex kitten. What she calls saucy foreplay, we call “evidence.”
To be clear, Mrs. Andrews here didn’t boink a student. No, the boy was apparently in the church youth group she was voluntarily leading. Where “voluntarily” means preying upon her group members like a child given free reign in Krispy Kreme.
When can we expect comedians to include horny-for-teenage-boy school teachers in their joke repertoire? ‘Cause it kind of seems like a trend.
Lest you think Mrs. Andrews is married to a balding Weight-Watchers reject, no. She’s wedded to a hunky CrossFitter:
Andrews is married to Dustin Andrews, a hunky fitness instructor and the co-owner of a CrossFit gym in the Austin area. Nicole Marie Faires Andrews and Dustin Andrews have a young son together.
Dustin Andrews’s father, Damon Andrews, is the executive pastor at the Church at Canyon Creek — the same church where Nicole Marie Faires Andrews met the teen.
Maybe she didn’t like the way he worked his jerk. Bad olympic weight-lifting pun. Sorry not sorry.
Look on the bright side, this latest gossip will give this church something new to chew on over the next month or seven. To anyone saying “how dare you suggest people will gossip about this” I suggest you pay attention to human nature. Church or not, this little scandal will be discussed. A lot.
Coo-coo-ca-choo Mrs. Andrews.
Sexual harassment and assault aren’t “female only” issues. Clearly. Seems teachers preying upon teens, either in the classroom or not, is becoming more common. Our conversations about #MeToo need to reach past Hollywood and governing bodies, and examine the dark side of the chalkboard. Or in this case, the Bible study workbooks. It used to be students offered their favorite teacher’s apples. Not their virginity.
When will the feminists call for marches against female teachers?