Teacher who ‘raped’ student rearrested after saying he’d ‘regret’ reporting her

A teacher who was charged with raping a 12-year-old male student was rearrested after telling the child he would "regret" reporting her.

Alissa McCommon, 38, from Tennessee, US, according to multiple juveniles befriended them and began playing video games with them, before sending inappropriate photographs and requesting sexual relations.

The fourth grade English, language and arts teacher (teaching students aged nine to 10) has reportedly admitted to communicating inappropriately with former students.

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In addition, she allegedly sexually assaulted her 12-year-old former student inside her home in 2021. She reportedly admitted to this in a text exchange with the boy, according to the New York Post.

On Thursday (September 28), McCommon was re-arrested after allegedly texting the child with a previously unknown phone number and warning him that he would “regret” reporting her to police.

This meant that just three weeks after her rape charge, McCommon was taken into custody at her Covington home and later charged with aggravated stalking, harassment and coercing.

The mother-of-two was released after posting a $25,000 (£20k) bond under the condition she ceases any communication with the boy.

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“The evidence indicates McCommon texted a victim, using a specific code word known to the juvenile as a code word McCommon would previously utilize to confirm that the juvenile was alone, often before sending nude photographs on SnapChat,” Covington police said in a statement.

In her text exchange, she reportedly admitted to a sexual encounter with the boy, who immediately reported her to police – leading to her arrest the same day.

“The actions of McCommon are not only appalling, but CPD is also concerned about this apparent violation of her bond conditions. Due to the nature of the communications, we are concerned others may have been contacted,” Covington Police Chief Donna Turner said.

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