Justice Is Served

March 8, 2013 | News | editor | 0 Comments

Last June, 22-year old high school cheerleading coach Megan Crafton was arrested on charges of child seduction, which sounds like a horrible, heinous offense. But the “child” in question was a 17-year old student at Shelbyville High School and the “seduction” was blowing him in a grocery store parking lot.

To their credit, the Shelbyville police were perfect wingmen, “investigating” the improper relationship for several months before finally putting an end to it. And now the swift hammer of justice has been dropped on Crafton, who cut a plea deal with the prosecution.

Under the terms of the plea deal, Megan Crafton pleaded guilty to dissemination of matter or conducting performance harmful to minors, a felony, but will avoid having to register as a sex offender.

Crafton will now be on probation for the next 12 months, and must complete 25 hours of community service. If she successfully completes her probation, Crafton may apply to have the charge against her reduced to a misdemeanor. (NY Daily News)

It’s hard enough for teenage girls to deal with peer pressure, self-confidence, bullying and image expectations, but then this hot 22-year old was shaking her ass all over the high school grounds part-time and blowing this guy like it was nobody’s business.

Meanwhile, that 17-year old student never has to leave Shelbyville for the rest of his life. If he wants a job, car, free meal or a round of drinks, all he has to do is whip out Crafton’s mug shot, point at his crotch and say, “That was me.” They should at least name that parking lot after him.

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