TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The Sequoyah County Sheriff's Office arrested a Sallisaw Central Public School teacher for allegedly having a sexual relationship with two students.
Deputies received a report from the district superintendent on Dec. 2 he'd received from the Oklahoma State Board of Education. A caller reported possible inappropriate sexual contact and the exchange of inappropriate photos between a teacher and possible two current students and one previous student of Central Schools.
The teacher, identified as 29-year-old Brandy Foreman, teaches junior high English and is the cheerleading coach, according to the district's website.
When deputies initially spoke to Foreman, she denied the allegations.
Foreman admitted to having sexual contact with a former student after he graduated in June or July 2019. She said they'd exchanged pictures on Snapchat. Foreman said she couldn't remember if she'd sent the student sexual photos before he graduated.
Deputies took her phone for investigation.
The former student told deputies he and Foreman first had sexual contact in December 2017. He admitted to having sex with her two other times, once before his senior year of high school and again right after he graduated.
The former student said he and Foreman had "communicated and talked sexually" through Snapchat.
Deputies interviewed Foreman again, where she admitted to having sex with her former student three times. She also admitted to having sex with another former student.
She said she'd had sex about six to seven times with the other student beginning in the summer of 2018, just after he'd turned 16 years old. The relationship continued through March 2019.
Foreman was arrested and booked into the Sequoyah County Jail and is facing four counts of sexual battery.
She will be in court for arraignment on Wednesday.