Former Teacher Mary Beth Haglin Says She Was Seduced By Student Using Elevated Vocabulary
She was 23, he was 17, and they had sex practically every single day.
But in an interview with Dr. Phil on Monday, former teacher Mary Beth Haglin told the world she was the true victim.
She blamed the relationship on the student because he seduced her with his sophisticated words.
Just in case you were wondering, some of the big words he used have been revealed. According to CBS News, the student wrote in one love note,
Now, that might not sound so impressive, but Haglin insists the student "burned her life to the ground" with his cunning sense of seduction.
In a promotional video for her interview with Dr. Phil, she explained her position.
Haglin's story isn't exactly new, though. Back in September, she made news for revealing the student she had a sexual relationship with had swayed her with Post-it notes.
At the time, she said,
Her recent interview with Dr. Phil, however, did add new insight into the narrative. Not only was the very impressive pizza love note revealed, but we also received a new update on Haglin's life.
Since Haglin obviously can't work as a teacher anymore, she's found herself in another field of work. She told the cameras,
Well, good luck?
Citations: CBS News