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Brianne Altice, a former Davis High School English teacher

A Utah high school teacher, who in 2015 pleaded guilty to having an inappropriate relationship with three of her teenaged students, said in a letter to the court that after their relationship started, one of the boys began to get better grades. Brianne Altice, a former Davis High School English teacher, wrote in a two-page letter that she didn’t have the money for representation in the latest case against her and that she meant nothing “evil or malicious” in the relationships she had with three teenaged students. [2] Altice is before a court again after one of her past victims brought a lawsuit against her and the school. One of the boys, who was 17 in 2013 at the time of their alleged relationship and who was her teacher’s assistant, claimed in his own filing that he had confided in her about his troubled relationship with his parents.

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The lawsuit filed by the student, who is now of age, said Altice took advantage of his vulnerable emotional condition, and he also alleged the school was fully aware of what the teacher was doing both on and off campus but did nothing to protect him and the other victims. Police investigated the 2013 incidents and ultimately accused Altice of sexually molesting the three students. Their investigation alleged that the woman had arranged meetings with the teens in parks, in cars, and at her own home when her husband was away. In an effort to represent herself in court, Altice said in her letter that she “had no evil or malicious intent to cause harm” to the teens. As to the teen who filed the lawsuit against her, the former teacher said she told him to “communicate with his parents and continue to do his best in school” through his personal troubles at home. She added that after they had started a relationship, the teen’s grades improved. Back in 2015, Altice pleaded guilty to three counts of forcible sexual abuse, admitted to touching three students’ genitals, and is already serving a 2 to 30 year sentence.


[2] Dennis Romboy, Imprisoned teacher in Davis sex case says she had no ‘evil’ intent, Tuesday, Deseret News, April 5 2016 2:55 p.m. MDT
[3] JESSICA MILLER, Former Utah teacher Brianne Altice sentenced to prison for sexual contact with students, The Salt Lake Tribune, Jul 09 2015 08:39AM
[4] Second student sues Davis School District in Brianne Altice sex case, Standard Examiner, Tuesday , December 29, 2015 – 12:45 PM
[5] Brianne Altice responds to student’s sex lawsuit, Standard Examiner, Wednesday , April 06, 2016 – 7:40 AM
[8] Former Utah teacher pleads guilty to sex with students, CBS News, April 23, 2015, 11:50 AM
[9] John-Henry Perera, Former Utah teacher says relationships with male students were not ‘evil’, Chron, 2:48 pm, Wednesday, April 6, 2016
[11] Nicole Hensley, Affair with Utah teacher began with struggles at home: victim, New York Daily News, Thursday, January 15, 2015, 6:05 PM
[12] Clyde Hughes, Brianne Altice: Sexcapades With Boys Get Teacher Up to 30 Years, News Max, Friday, 10 Jul 2015 06:29 AM
[17] Ex-Teacher Brianne Altice Faces More Charges In Utah Student Sex Case, The Huffington Post, 01/08/2015 09:20 pm ET
[18] Prosecutors: Ex-teacher had sex with student after arrest, The Washington Times, Thursday, January 8, 2015
[19] Sheena Vasani, Sexually Abusive Teacher Says She Had No Ill Intent, Opposing Views, April 11, 2016


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