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Teacher accused of doing 14-year-old student in her classroom had the lights dimmed for over an hour

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A former teacher in Wisconsin has pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting a student and has filed a second lawsuit against her employer.

Rachel Goodle, 22, formally pleaded not guilty on Tuesday, August 29, to the charges of sexual assault of an Oak Creek High School student in December of last year.

The alleged 14-year-old victim reportedly denied the allegations until May of this year.

“[Security] videos showed them together in her classroom on December the 2nd for approximately a little over an hour to an hour-and-a-half with the lights turned low and the door was closed,” testified local Police Detective Zach Case, who led the investigation.

At the time of the incident, Case was working as the school resource officer.

“Throughout the school year, they had been in a somewhat friendly relationship,” said Case.

Detective Case said the student eventually admitted the friendship eventually escalated to sex in Goodle’s classroom.

According to Fox6Now, the court is going ahead with the case.

“I do find cause to believe that a felony was committed in Milwaukee County, probably committed by this defendant,” said Barry Phillips, court commissioner. “Therefore, she’s bound over for trial.”

In civil court, Goodle sued the school district to block the release of her personnel file and disciplinary records, claiming it would keep her from having a fair trial.

Her case went viral when a video surfaced of a student asking her, “who’s your favorite student?”

“I love all my students equally, I don’t have favorites,” Goodle responded.

“Is that a lie?” inquired the student.

Goodle responds with “no,” and another student can be heard in the background saying “yes.”

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