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Pennsylvania Principal Faces 30 Felony Sexual Suspects Due to Relationships with Students

A high school principal in Pennsylvania has been charged with more than 30 felony sexual charges for seven years due to improper sexual relations with boys. He was arrested and charged.

Roger Weaver Freed, 34, said on Tuesday that he had 30 sexual contacts with students, one sexual assault, one exacerbated vulgar assault, one misdemeanor, and a misdemeanor. Was charged three times. According to court records, he provides alcohol to minors.

According to police, Fried started a relationship with a student who is now a college student in 2015 when the boy was a junior high school student. According to his affidavit, the relationship became sexual two years later and lasted months before graduating from high school.

The student told investigators that he first approached Fried after the death of a member of his family. He began to rely on educators for emotional support, "he trusted Free" like his brother, "the document states.

Their relationship quickly grew out of school, and Freed provided students with rides to different locations, allowing them to have "one-on-one conversations."

Outside view of Williamsport Area High School.
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Students consider themselves and educators to be "companies" They said they could speak anything, including his sexuality. According to police, they regularly sent text messages, made phone calls, and sent FaceTimed to each other.

In 2017, Fried's relationship with his students became sexual, and the principal emphasized to the boy that he could lose his job and promised not to tell anyone. I asked you to do it.

According to the affidavit, the student felt "overwhelming guilt" after the first sexual encounter. The

pair continued sexual activity four to five times a week throughout the student's next two years of high school. Students told police that their relationship continued until they graduated from high school and entered college.

Freed was charged on Tuesday and released under his supervision after paying $ 175,000 in bail. He must always wear an ankle monitor and is prohibited from contacting minors or victims.

Fried, employed as principal at Williamsport Area High School, has been paid out by the school board, according toPennLive.