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Police arrest teacher accused of inappropriate behavior in Hallandale Beach – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

HALLANDALE BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – A South Florida teacher accused of unacceptable and legal behavior is now behind bars.

According to a choose, the teacher, Lavelle Gordon, can’t have any contact with any minors, and he gained’t be returning to the varsity anytime quickly.

Gordon is accused with having intercourse with a scholar inside of his classroom.

“That he was having intercourse with a student, and multiple people said it, in the school, and supposedly, supposedly in his classroom,” stated Khynia Darvill, a scholar.

On his Facebook web page, Gordon wrote, “Good morning, I am Mr. G your English 3 honors and journalism teacher.”

But college students at Hallandale High, the place he taught, can’t imagine he was arrested.

“He was a good teacher,” stated Taisha, a scholar. “He taught real good, he was understanding, he was nice. It’s not something you would expect from him. I was shocked when I heard.”

Gordon, in keeping with many, was an amazing teacher and mentor.

“He supposedly gave a speech to the student about how he’s against pedophilia,” Darvill stated.

“He was also part of the band,” stated Jayhanna, a scholar.

However, in courtroom, attorneys claimed the inappropriate relationship lasted fairly a while.

“I understand the victim’s age now, but according to the report, this began, this didn’t just start,” stated an legal professional.

Students on the faculty stated the connection lasted greater than a year, which for fogeys is unacceptable.

“For me, that is very sad and terrible because that’s not something that’s supposed to be happening,” stated Louiceus Mangant, a father or mother. “I believe when you become a teacher, you have to be respectful.”

The principal on the faculty additionally despatched out a robocall to oldsters, alerting them of what occurred.

Gordon has been a teacher on the faculty for 2 years and will likely be reassigned as soon as he will get out of jail and pays a $75,000 bond.

According to the district, he won’t have any contact with any college students.

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