Swinging headmistress and PE teacher sacked after scandalous affair exposed

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    A swinging headmistress has been sacked alongside a PE teacher after their sordid affair was exposed.

    The details of the wild affair were laid bare after Georgia elementary principal Doctor Dana Simmons accused PE teacher Dylan Charles of bugging her office.

    But an investigation found that the pair had frequently had sex on the Banks County Elementary School campus, including in front of Charles’ wife Kelsey Charles – another teacher at the school.

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    They also found that the principal had propositioned other staff to join swingers clubs, as reported by The Daily Beast.

    The publication added that Simmons showed investigators pictures of Dylan Charles shirtless in a cape before admitting that they had a sexual relationship.

    Simmons denied that they had had sex on campus, and instead referred to their relationship as an “inappropriate friendship",.

    But Dylan Charles had handed over naked images of her in one of the school's bathrooms.

    Other images showed Simmons performing oral sex in a car.

    Investigators also spoke with a member of school staff who claim to have seen a message allegedly from the PE teacher’s wife asking the principal if she “would you like to f*** my husband?".

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    A former member of staff alleged that the disgraced headmistress had once asked her to join a swingers group.

    While wife Kelsey Charles told authorities that Simmons had manipulated her into the affair by promising to help both her and her husband’s careers.

    Both Simmons and the Charles's have since been fried.

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    Banks County Superintendent Ann Hopkins said in a statement: “Upon receiving allegations involving the matter at hand, the District immediately hired independent investigators to conduct an investigation and provide a report of findings.

    “The investigative report in question was reviewed by law enforcement for evidence of criminal activity and none was found. The educators involved are no longer teaching Banks County students.

    “The safety and well-being of our students is always our first priority. The investigation into this event did not yield any indication that student safety or security was compromised.”

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