Alyssia Marie Reddy is the 28-year-old prep school teacher who had sex with her 16-year-old student at a park. The incident occurred in the spring of 2017. Earlier this year, Reddy moved from New Jersey to Baltimore where she was teaching at St. Paul’s School for Girls. The assault occurred in Pennsylvania.
On Friday, December 1, 2017, Reddy was arrested and will be extradited to Pennsylvania. Like Brianne Altice and Hunter Day, Reddy was married when she had relations with her student. Alyssia’s husband, Michael Reddy is also a teacher. Michael is probably looking for a divorce lawyer.
|Alyssia Marie Reddy|
Social media continues to play a major role in these cases. Alyssia gave the student her number and added him on Snapchat. When Snapchat was introduced, people used it for sexting because they thought their messages would remain private since they disappeared. Users were shocked when they realized that there are multiple ways for their content to be retrieved.
Although Snapchat users know that their content is not protected, they continue to expose themselves on the image-messaging app. In February of 2017, Alyssia sent the student an inappropriate message via Snapchat: “I want your hands on me.”
Female teachers abusing students are disgusting. Need to be in jail. End of. But if you’re making a correlation to my position on this then it should read “do you always believe the student who accuses the female teacher”….do better pedophile apologizer.
— Trish (@Trish_AllDay) November 10, 2017
The number of female teachers sexually abusing students continues to increase. Many of these females are married and some are seeking revenge on their significant other. There’s a double standard that does not receive enough attention.
Underaged boys who are victims of sexual abuse experience serious problems after they are raped by female teachers. Sexual abuse can have psychological and emotional effects on males yet female victims continue to receive more attention. Like females, males have flashbacks and suffer depression after they’ve been raped. Male students also suffer PTSD after being raped by female teachers.
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Jason John is based in Maryland and covers Empire BBK’s News and Entertainment. He was previously a producer for the mobile site, helping to present Empire BBK’s news report to readers. More