Teacher let teens have sex in storage closet

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STONE MOUNTAIN, GA - In Georgia a teacher is out of a job and facing charges for allegedly allowing students to have sex in his classroom's closet.

A parent says she has proof sexual escapades place with the teacher's knowledge.

Tom Regan talked to the outraged mother.

(Anonymous Parent) 'I was in a state of disbelief when I read all these messages.."

This parent, who wished to remain anonymous, told me she looked at her fourteen year old son's phone and discovered a shocking exchange of text messages last Thursday between him and Quinton Wright, a math teacher and coach here at champion theme middle school in Stone Mountain.

(Anonymous Parent) "Basically he's allowing the students to have sex in a storage room in his classroom."

She read a couple of the texts she says were exchanged between the teacher and her son....

(Anonymous Parent) "He told my son you can have it from seven thirty to like eight thirty.’Did you tell the girl what' s going to happen, that she cannot tell anybody, basically don't tell anyone I'm allowing you to use my room."

The mother said the teacher also sent her son a calendar showing teachers' schedules.

And a text saying he did not have condoms.

(Anonymous Parent) 'It's very sickening and disheartening, because we trust administrators and educators when we drop our kids off at school."

The mother pulled her eight grader from school Friday, and contacted the principal and police to file a complaint.

The DeKalb school system removed the 25-year-old teacher from the classroom.

The student's mother told me she was suspicious of him from earlier behavior.

(Anonymous Parent) "He called me when the kids had their eighth grade prom and asked if he could come over and take pictures with the boys before the prom, and I said no."

A judge issued an arrest warrant for teacher Quinton Wright on Monday.

There's no word yet on what specific charges he is facing.

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