High school economics teacher, 14, & # 39; offered his 15-year-old female student a better class when she performed a sex act on him & # 39;
- Charles Penn would have told the Harper Woods High School student that she could improve her grade if she did a sexual act with him
- Another student confirmed the exchange with the authorities
- The teacher then left to teach at the John R. King Academy in Detroit
- Penn was placed with leave from the second school as soon as he was read
- His band was set at $ 50,000 and he faces up to four years in prison if he is convicted
Michael Nam for Dailymail.com
Charles Penn, 41, a former economics teacher with Harper Woods High School is charged with a count of denouncing children for immoral purposes
A high school teacher said he would pass a 15-year-old girl if, according to him, she performed a sex operation.
Charles Penn, 41, who taught at the Harper Woods High School, reportedly promised the student to get his class if he received the sex act, according to Click on Detroit.
He was then heard by another female student who supported the story of the other girl and the police of Harper Woods began and completed an investigation.
When the Harper Woods police began investigating him in June this year, Penn reportedly left the school district to teach at the John R. King Academy, a school for performing arts in Detroit's public school system.
Harper Woods High School where teacher Charles Penn allegedly propelled a student for a sex act in exchange for an unqualified grade
The former teacher filed a lawsuit in Harper Woods on Thursday, charged with counting the charges against children for immoral purposes with a $ 50,000 deposit with personal conditions attached.
Penn was placed on leave by the district district of Detroit public schools after his accusation, which made public in a statement that it would take all charges of sexual misconduct seriously and address them as much as possible.
Despite investigating Penn's actions at the end of the previous school year, Click on Detroit reported that many of the school's parents were unaware of the charge.
I mean, you can not trust anyone, & # 39; a woman said to the station.
& # 39; If he is arrested, they will find out, & # 39; said another mother, expecting additional casualties. & # 39; All girls can come out. It can also be a few boys. & # 39;
Penn is in prison for up to four years if he has been convicted of the crime.
After the June incident was under investigation, Penn left the district and took a job at John R. King Academy in Detroit
Parents at Harper Woods High School were surprised by the news that a former teacher was in charge of presenting a student in June