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At First, It Sounds Like Another Teacher-Student Sex Scandal. Then You Look at Her Mugshot

From the outside, 27-year-old Texas science teacher Sarah Fowlkes (left) seemed like an ordinary young teacher:

However, it turns out the married educator had a dark secret, which could put her away for a long time.

On Monday, Fowlkes, who had been a biology teacher at Lockhart High School since October 2014, turned herself in to the Lockhart Police Department.

The incident took place hours after she celebrated her birthday with her husband.

Police arrested Fowlkes on the suspicion that she’d had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student of hers.

While many were shocked, the most bizarre moment came when Fowlkes was booked at the station for a crime that could put her away for years.

When Fowlkes took her mugshot, she could not contain her emotions:


She was grinning from ear to ear, as if she didn’t have a care in the world.

The New York Post reports that police were tipped off about the alleged relationship from a school administrator.

They then tracked the student down, who confessed to police that they had engaged in a sexual relationship.

He allegedly had text messages to prove the two were communicating:

In light of this, the teacher was charged with “sexual contact with the intent to arouse or gratify the sexual desire of ‘the alleged victim,’ according to Police Chief Ernest Pedraza.

Since being arrested, Fowlkes has been suspended from her teaching position, and the school superintendent says she will not be allowed to return.

According to her page on the school’s website, which has since been deleted, Fowlkes wrote of herself:

“I have very high expectations of myself as a teacher as well as of my students and I hope that this will be a formula for achievement.

I want this to be an enjoyable year for all of my students but also a productive, challenging and encouraging year with success for everyone.”

Once people started noticing Fowlkes’s mugshot, her attorney Jason Nassour said she smiled because she knows she’s innocent.

During an interview with KXAS-TV, Nassour said:

“You’ve got a young lady who was arrested on the statement of a 17-year-old kid with no corroborating evidence. This isn’t a guilty person sitting there like they just got caught.

When everything’s fleshed out, it won’t be as it appears.”

The case is still being investigated. If proved guilty, she could face up to 20 years in jail.