Wisconsin School teacher accused of inappropriate relationship with student, 3 months before wedding – The Times of India

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NEW DELHI: A teacher at an elementary school in Wisconsin has been accused of engaging in an inappropriate relationship with an 11-year-old student, just 3 months before her wedding, as reported by CBS.
Madison Bergmann, a 24-year-old resident of St. Paul, is currently facing serious charges, which include first-degree child sexual assault of a child under the age of 13.
The complaint was filed in St. Croix County on Thursday. It was revealed that the police were alerted to concerning behavior at River Crest Elementary School in Hudson. The police charge sheet reportedly mentions inappropriate conduct between Bergmann and a 5th-grade student.
The victim’s parents provided authorities with screenshots of text messages between the victim and Bergmann, discovered by them. She was reportedly texting the child “daily” and telling him how much she enjoyed “making out” with him and him touching her.
According to police reports, these incidents occurred at the school, either during lunch breaks or after school hours.
The police reportedly found a folder inside Bergmann’s bag, which had the victim’s name on it and contained several handwritten notes that detailed their physical interactions.
However, Bergmann disclosed that she obtained the child’s phone number from his mother in December. This happened during a winter break trip to the Afton Alps.
The school’s Principal Kimberly Osterhues in a message to parents said, “We are shocked and disturbed by this news. Our primary concern is for the well-being of the River Crest School community and the children affected.””
Bergmann was released on a bond of $25,000 and is not allowed to enter school premises or attend school events. She is scheduled to appear in court on May 30th.

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