Friday, December 26, 2014

AOTW: Middle School Students Shouldn't Do Drugs At Your House If You're Their Teacher

Well, probably they shouldn't do drugs at your house period, but especially if you are their teacher. 

Welcome back to The Asshole of The Week, where each Friday we single out a person, place, or thing from the week that is the absolute worst.

This time we have someone who just cannot enjoy Christmas week without being a dumbass asshole.

Totally chill and cool for an adult forty-year-old Teasley Middle School teacher Christine Cantrell was arrested with her husband in Atlanta on Tuesday for doing just that though.  After allegedly letting minors get high in her home. According to cops, her students ratted her out after their parents tipped off the police.

See?  Middle schoolers aren't gonna hold you down.  They will drop a dime on you in a flash!

Phil Price, the commander of the Cherokee County Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad, told theAtlanta Journal-Constitution:

"concerned parents provided the first tip of the illegal activity and middle school students later confirmed to investigators the Cantrells' involvement." It's not clear how long this was going on or "how many students were involved."

Cantrell was charged with possession of marijuana less than one ounce, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and keeping a disorderly house, which are all misdemeanors. She's been removed from her classroom by the school pending an investigation.

One thing I took away from all this:  It's a crime to have a disorderly house?!  Brothers and sisters, we are all going down.

Come on, if you are gonna give drugs to teens, at least let them be in high school first.  Those kids know not to ruin a good thing.  Congratulations Mrs. Cantrell, you tried to be that cool teacher, but your kids just were too stupid.  Just kidding!  You are an idiot.  You have more than earned your title as The Asshole of The Week.


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