Third student comes forward in case of former teacher accused of rape

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FILE: Brianne Altice appears in court in February 2014.

DAVIS COUNTY, Utah — A former teacher accused of sexual misconduct with two male students has been accused of being involved with a third student, and a court document indicates the relationship may have been going on after the woman had appeared in court to face charges of rape.

Court documents filed November 3 state that a third student has come forward in the case of 34-year-old Brianne Altice, a former teacher at Davis High School. The document states Altice  is now charged with five counts of rape as first-degree felonies, two counts of forcible sodomy as first-degree felonies and three counts of forcible sexual abuse.

Altice pleaded not guilty to four counts of rape and two counts of forcible sodomy in October of this year, before the accusations from the third student were brought to light.

The document states the alleged relationship between Altice and the 17-year-old male took place between November 1, 2013 and August 25, 2014. Altice was first arrested in October of 2013, which makes it appear she was engaging in sexual conduct with the teen after she began appearing in court to answer charges brought about by the previous alleged victims.

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5 comments

    • Carlos

      This never happened during the times I was in school. Well, I guess something have changed in the school system, that is for sure.

  • gg

    So, the boy had drug problems and at home. Now there is the big problem.
    I see, and the teacher was trying to help the problem boy.
    How many other female teachers was the boy making moves on too?
    The teacher should have let the probation department handle this boy. This kid is a rats nest and will always be a big head-ach for the community.
    Now, the teacher is the victim

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