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A Woman delivered pizza to a Christian school and met a teen. She later became his teacher and they had an affair, cops say.

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Source: Unsplash; Nassau County Sheriff's Office

Feb. 24 2022, Published 5:02 p.m. ET

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A woman met a teen as she delivered pizza to his school. Then she became a substitute teacher and full-time teacher — and started a sexual relationship with the teen.

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Now, she faces criminal charges, according to a report.

On Feb. 23, deputies with the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office in Florida arrested Caitlin Crum, a teacher at Calvary Christian Academy, according to FirstCoast News.

She was charged with sexual battery on a victim over the age of 12. She was booked into Nassau County jail and is being held on roughly $125,000 bond.

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In November, the victim confessed to having a relationship with Crum, according to the report. The victim spoke to officials, and he said he met Crum when she delivered pizzas to the school on Fridays.


Crum became a substitute teacher and then a full-time teacher, FirstCoast News reported. She taught 9th-grade English, where the victim was in her class.

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The teen told police that Crum traveled to his relative’s home in Nassau County, where they had sex, according to the report.

Crum also used the victim’s cell phone to record a video of one encounter, according to the report.

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Source: Unsplash; Nassau County Sheriff's Office

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