Middle school teacher gives student lap dance

Middle school teacher gives student lap dance

Credit: Harris County Sheriff's Office

Felicia Smith, 42, was charged with improper relationship with student.

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by KHOU.com staff

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Posted on April 25, 2014 at 11:22 AM

Updated Friday, Apr 25 at 1:38 PM

HOUSTON – A middle school teacher has sashayed her way into a lot of trouble after she allegedly gave one of her students a birthday lap dance in front of the entire class.

Felicia Smith, 42, was charged with improper relationship with student.

It all happened at Stovall Middle School on February 26, according to Aldine ISD police.

According to a male student, “Ms. Smith” grabbed his journal and stopped him from talking to his friends as he walked into his third-period class. He said he sat at his desk, and after the tardy bell rang, she placed a chair in front of the room. Music started playing and the entire class of middle school students began yelling and telling him to sit down. It was his birthday.

The student said he sat down and Ms. Smith gave him a full contact lap dance, rotating her buttocks against him. The boy said he became aroused as Ms. Smith fondled him and rubbed her hands all over his body. Ms. Smith also got on her knees in front of him and placed her head between his legs. The student admitted that he slapped Ms. Smith on the buttocks a few times.

At the end of the dance, Ms. Smith wrapped her arms around the student and he gave her bottom another squeeze. She hugged him and said “I love you, baby. Happy birthday,” according to documents.

During questioning, Smith admitted that she gave the youngster a lap dance at the urging of his classmates. She recalled that she lost her balance a few times as she circled his chair, which made the students laugh. She said her performance lasted about four minutes.

Investigators reviewed video of the lap dance performance and it actually lasted 3.54 minutes. A copy of the video is on file at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office and another copy is with the Aldine ISD Police Department.

Smith was charged and given a $30,000 bond.

She made her first court appearance Friday morning where her case wase reset.

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