Minn. teacher pleads guilty to attempted pimping

| No Comments

A substitute teacher at a special-education school in North St. Paul pleaded guilty last Wednesday to attempting to convince a student to give sexual favors to men in exchange for money.

Tameshia Allen-Hodges, 23, faces a felony charge of inducing an individual to engage in prostitution, KTTC reported.

The student was 21 years old at the time but had the intelligence of a second-grader, police said.

The criminal complaint states that Hodges told the student she could make some money giving messages. Hodges brought the student to her apartment and suggested making money by offering the men sex.

Hodges took photos of the student in lingerie and posted them on personal ads.

Hodges admitted to being involved in the incident, and police found the images on her cell phone, the Star Tribune reported.

Leave a comment

About this Entry

This page contains a single entry by Weston D published on November 28, 2011 5:25 PM.

Man who died in helicopter crash was developer, businessman was the previous entry in this blog.

85-Year-Old Grandmother to Sue TSA After Strip Search at JFK Airport is the next entry in this blog.

Find recent content on the main index or look in the archives to find all content.