VIRIDIANA RAMOS. ASPIRING PORN STAR?
I’m seeing a lot of cases where perps rely upon snapchat photos to disappear. While I don’t know the technology involved, numerous sources say that the evidence doesn’t disappear.
Teacher Ramos is remarkably stupid for thinking that she could conduct an adult flirtation with a kid and not have him brag about it.
In the future her hot Latina itch will have to be scratched by an adult.
The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested a teacher at L.W. Ruppel Academy for Advanced Studies who is accused of sending lewd, naked photos of herself to a 13-year-old student.
Viridiana Ramos, 30, of Marrero, was booked Nov. 17 with indecent behavior with a juvenile, according to Lt. Jason Rivarde, spokesman for the department. No one answered the door at Ramos’ home on Thursday (Nov. 30).
Ramos is listed as Viridiana Figueroa-Ramos on the school’s website and identified as a band teacher. The teacher has been suspended without pay pending an investigation, Beth Branley, spokeswoman for the Jefferson Parish Public School System, said Thursday.
The 13-year-old boy told investigators Ramos friended him on Snapchat and the two began communicating in October, Rivarde said. The chats started out with regular conversation, but Ramos soon turned flirtatious, according to authorities.
“At some point, she started sending him photographs of her breasts, buttocks and vagina,” Rivarde said.
Rumors began swirling around the school that a teacher had been sending the student inappropriate photos. The principal questioned the boy on Nov. 17 and contacted Gretna police, according to Rivarde.
At least one other student, a 14-year-old boy, saw the Snapchat photos, according to Rivarde.
Gretna officers responded to the school but turned the case over to the Sheriff’s Office once they determined the incident occurred in unincorporated Jefferson Parish, said Gretna Deputy Police Chief Anthony Christiana.
Ramos, of the 5100 block of Woodcrest Drive, Marrero, was booked into the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center in Gretna. She was released from jail Nov. 21 on a $5,000 bond.
Jefferson Parish Magistrate Commissioner Patricia Joyce barred Ramos from contacting the victim, issued a one-year protective order and suspended her from working at the five schools which she instructs, court records said.
The teacher, who police have identified as Ramos, has worked in the district since 2010 as an itinerant band teacher for talented arts students at five schools: Ruppel, Fisher Middle-High School, McDonogh No. 26 Elementary, Terrytown Elementary and Kerner Elementary, Branley said.
However, the investigation involves allegations made by a student at Ruppel.
“There is no indication that anything happened at any of the other schools,” Branley said. “The investigation is centered on the allegation at Ruppel, but we are conducting an investigation and working with all schools where she taught.”
A one year protective order is standard practice in Louisiana. By the time the order expires, she should have been judged in a court of law.
Leave the biology lessons for biology class.