The AVN Awards took place last weekend in Las Vegas, producing a handful of winners in a number of categories that we can't go into too much detail describing here, if only because the boundaries of good taste (and time limitations; there are more than 130 AVN award categories) prevent me from doing so.
But it appears that an Amphi High School teacher's aide was hoping to get a jump-start on next year's AVN Award for Best Amateur Release for an on-campus escapade that, according to Tucson Police, included two 18-year-old students, a 16-year-old, and an audience of three, including one that recorded the experience via cell phone.
On January 18, 22-year-old aide Clarice Lee, allegedly snuck off with the six students to an apparently not-all-that private location on the Amphi campus, where she engaged in "sexual contact" with the 18 year olds and intercourse with the 16 year old, according to TPD.
The best/worst part? Lee is an aide to special needs students—though if this incident is any indication, she appears to have been confused as to the students and needs she should have assisted with.
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