- Reagan Anderson, 27, was arrested for preying on a 17-year-old high school football player
- The former teacher was released on bail and advised not to have contact with the victim or her family
- Victim’s mother said Anderson’s alleged abuse “ruined our son’s life”
A South Carolina teacher was arrested for preying on a 17-year-old high school football player.
Reagan Anderson (27) is accused of sexual battery against a student at the private Holly Hill Academy, Fox News reports.
The arrest warrant says the married mother of two attacked the teenager first on Oct. 22 on Bunch Ford Road and then on Oct. 28 in a Pizza Hut parking lot.
Anderson is also accused of sending nude photos of the high school student on Snapchat.
The judge set her bail at $2,500 and ordered her not to contact the victim or his family during Thursday’s hearing. She was released the same day with GPS.
Reagan Anderson, 27, was charged with two counts of sexual battery against private Academy student Holly Hill
In October, the married mother of two attacked the teenager twice
At the hearing, the alleged victim’s mother complained to the teacher for “abusing” her son.
“A trusted trainer, teacher and friend who abused our trust and broke her teaching oath. She ruined our son’s life,” the distraught parent said in a statement submitted to the court.
He should be 100% focused on being a fun-loving young man playing football, but this predator robbed him of that ability.
“No young quarterback or athlete is safe in our community if this woman is free,” she continued.
Holly Hill Academy, located about 60 miles northwest of Charleston, is a small private Christian preparatory school with a total enrollment of approximately 300 students.
School principal Brandy Mullennax wrote in a letter to parents: “Last week, Holly Hilly Academy was made aware of allegations of an inappropriate relationship between a school employee and a high school student.”
Holly Hill Academy, located approximately 60 miles northwest of Charleston, is a small private Christian preparatory school with a total enrollment of approximately 300 students
It added: “The administration immediately contacted law enforcement.”
The statement also confirmed that Anderson no longer works at the school and that the administration is working with the Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office.
According to Anderson’s LinkedIn page, she is currently a “stay-at-home mom looking for opportunities to support me and my family at home.”
“I am very passionate about children and love working with children of all ages,” we read in her profile.