Jessica Fuchs May Not Fuch Her Student, Settles For Playtime & A Quickie B J


The alleged sexual relationship between a Bainbridge High teacher and a 16-year-old student at Bainbridge High was discovered after the victim’s mother looked at the teenager’s phone and saw Snapchat conversations with a person named “Jess” and the boy later admitted to doing “more than hugging and kissing” with the teacher.

jessica-fuchsBainbridge police arrested Jessica M. Fuchs, 26, Thursday on sexual assault charges after results from the Washington State Patrol crime lab found “a large amount of evidence” on Fuchs’ computer that included text messages of a sexual nature and a video of Fuchs masturbating that she made for the student.

According to court documents, police also found that Fuchs had used her school laptop to search the Internet on Feb. 24 — the day the allegations of inappropriate contact between the teacher and the student were shared with an associate principal at BHS — on “how to permanently delete cell phone records.”

Fuchs was arrested at her Bainbridge home late Thursday, May 7 and was charged later that day in Kitsap County Superior Court with two felonies — first-degree sexual misconduct with a minor, and tampering with a witness — and the gross misdemeanor of communication with a minor for immoral purposes.

Court records detail an extended sexual relationship between Fuchs and the 16-year-old, who was a student in her 10th-grade biology class.

The WSP crime lab conducted a forensic examination of Fuchs’ computer, which was seized after Bainbridge police obtained a search warrant, searched her home, and took evidence.

According to the WSP investigative report, the State Patrol “was able to recover text messages between the suspect and the victim.”

“These messages begin benign but quickly increase in sexual nature … As the police investigation begins, I found several texts about destroying the evidence of their relationship,” the WSP detective wrote in the report.

The forensic evidence also found emails, iMessages, videos and voicemails between Fuchs and the student.

“The communication was sexual in nature and detailed sexual activity between Jessica Fuchs and the juvenile student victim. There was discussion regarding hugging, kissing, making out, having oral sex, and sexual intercourse,” according to the statement of probable cause in the case.

Police also discovered a video of Fuchs where she was naked and masturbating. The video was created at 4:15 a.m. Feb. 21 and was titled “ForMyBaby!”, according to court records.

Court records said Fuchs messaged the teenager shortly after the video was sent and said it would be in his email. They later talked about the video, court records indicate.

Authorities also allege that around Feb. 23, Fuchs began to talk about deleting all of the records so they would not be caught. She allegedly told the victim that she had deleted all of her messages and asked him to do the same.

It was also on Feb. 23 that school officials became aware of the relationship.

An associate principal at Bainbridge High spoke with Fuchs at 3 p.m. that day, and Fuchs “made several comments that were concerning” to the administrator. Fuchs told the associate principal that she had conversations with the student via text and knew his home address.

Court records also indicate the associate principal then met with the victim’s mother the next day, on Feb. 24, and the mother said she was suspicious that her son was involved with the teacher “in an inappropriate manner.”

The next day, Feb. 25,  Fuchs was told by school and district officials she was being placed on administrative leave after she got to school in the morning. The school administrator called 911 just after 10 a.m. and reported a possible sexual offense.

But earlier that day, shortly after 7 a.m., Fuchs wrote to the victim: “Well, protect me as best you can. Remember NOTHING COMES OUT EVER! About anything you have been to my house only once. Like like you have NEVER lied before. And try to get your mom to side with you completely and say this was all a misunderstanding! And tell the investigator that!”

Bainbridge Police Officer Aimee LaClaire met with the victim’s parents and they gave police the teen’s cell phone, iPad and laptop and also gave consent for the items to be searched.

LaClaire interviewed the student two days later, and he denied that anything sexual had happened between himself and his teacher, but did admit to hugging her.

The boy also told police that the Snapchats his mother had seen were actually from a friend, but police later talked to the other teen and found he had not sent a Snapchat to the victim since the summer of 2014.

Eleven days after the allegations first surfaced at BHS, the victim’s mother called police and said her son had admitted having a sexual relationship with Fuchs.

The son allegedly told his mother that he was at his teacher’s home on Saturday, Feb. 21, and Fuchs was performing oral sex on the teenager when her husband walked in.

The victim also denied having intercourse with his teacher but did say she was pregnant. Records recovered from Fuchs’ school computer showed she had done an internet search for “Paternity Tests” on Friday, Feb. 13.

The State Patrol examination of Fuchs’ computer shows that much of the communication between the teacher between Jan. 15 and Feb. 25 was deleted, but was able to be retrieved forensically.

Records indicate much of the Bainbridge police investigation was completed by early March. Bainbridge police were contacted by an attorney representing Fuchs who said “she will not be talking to you.”

Police also tried to interview her husband, but he would not talk.

Fuchs was arrested Thursday for first-degree sexual misconduct with a minor, second-degree sexual misconduct with a minor, communication with a minor for immoral purposes, tampering with physical evidence and tampering with a witness.

Bainbridge police asked that bail be set at $200,000, but it was set at $100,000 instead.

Accused Sex Attacker Claimed That Victim Was “Not Even Rapable” By His Standards


In denying that he sexually assaulted a woman, an Iowa man told cops that the victim was “not even rapable” by his standards, according to court records.

williammillerWilliam Miller, 36, was named in a May 7 criminal complaint charging him with felony sexual abuse in connection with the alleged attack last year.

According to police, the victim “was with friends drinking and hanging out” at an Iowa City home. When “everyone went to sleep,” Miller removed the incapacitated woman’s pants and “began having sex with her.”

The attack last May was interrupted by a friend of the victim, who ordered Miller to “get away.” Miller then departed the residence. The friend, cops report, “was able to wake the victim and get her to the hospital for an exam.”

When questioned by cops, Miller admitted having sex with the woman, but claimed that the encounter was consensual. As reported by the Iowa City Police Department, Miller “classified the victim as ‘not even rapable’ by his own standards.”

Miller, who lives in Coralville, an Iowa City suburb, is pictured in the above mug shot. Locked up in lieu of $26,000 bail, Miller is also facing theft, public intoxication, and interference with official acts charges.

In the last two years, Miller has been convicted of domestic abuse, theft, harassment, marijuana possession, public intoxication, and trespass, court records show.

Denied sex, woman allegedly attacks boyfriend


An Oak Forest woman has been charged after attacking her boyfriend for refusing to have sex with her in the men’s restroom of a Midlothian restaurant, police said.

BathStephanie Miller, 26, of the 14500 block of Sussex Avenue, is charged with domestic battery and illegal possession of prescription drugs, according to police.

The man told police he brought Miller, his girlfriend, to El Burrito Loco, 4705 W. 147th St., for dinner April 25 after the two left Sullivan’s Pub, where he said Miller had thrown sandwiches and behaved erratically.

At the restaurant, the man was urinating in the men’s room when Miller followed him inside and began stripping off her clothes and asking him for sex, police reported. They said that when the man refused, Miller responded by banging his head against the wall.

As police questioned Miller at the restaurant, she was rummaging through her purse, leaving a bottle of prescription pills labeled with another woman’s name in sight of officers, resulting in the drug charge, police said.

Miller is being held on $75,000 bail and is scheduled back in court May 18.

Naked Couple Busted For Sex In Library Loo


A couple is facing criminal charges after they stripped off their clothes and had sex atop a toilet in a family restroom at a Wisconsin public library, an encounter that was interrupted when a woman walked in on the duo, according to court records.

waukeshacoupleAs detailed in a Circuit Court criminal complaint, Daniel Goralski, 29, and Julie Dahms, 19, had sex in the Waukesha Public Library bathroom on March 2. Pictured at right, the couple–engaged to be married–mistakenly thought they had locked the bathroom door.

A patron told a library security guard that she walked into the bathroom around 5 PM and “observed two subjects having sex sitting on a toilet.” The pair was “naked from head to toe,” added the woman, who termed the behavior “unacceptable.”

When guard Bret Best subsequently sought to enter the bathroom, it was locked. Best told a Waukesha Police Department officer that he heard “clothing and zippers, and it sounded like people getting dressed.”

When the couple emerged from the bathroom, Dahms apologized, and Goralski said, “We are sorry, it won’t happen again.”

During a police interview, Dahms explained that she “was at the library with her boyfriend and they got excited because they hadn’t seen each other in a couple of days.”  The lovebirds–parents to a baby girl–live a few miles from the library in Waukesha, a city 20 miles west of Milwaukee.

While Dahms received a citation for the naked bathroom romp, Goralski was charged this week with misdemeanor disorderly conduct due to his status as a repeat offender. Goralski’s rap sheet includes convictions for bail jumping, violation of a domestic abuse injunction, and having sex with a child 16 or older.

Teenager found not guilty of raping his mother after she said it was just a dream


A teenager has been found not guilty of raping his mother as she slept after she told a jury she had dreamed the attack.

The boy, who cannot be named, was 14 when his mother woke up and accused him of trying to rape her.

Despite calling the police to report the alleged incident, when the case reached trial this week the mother claimed she was “99.9% sure” she had dreamed it after a night out drinking.

She blamed the episode on her mental health problems and the stress of trying and failing to get help for her “difficult” son, who has Asperger syndrome and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Her son always denied the charge, saying he had got into bed with her as his own was uncomfortable.

She told police: “I just know when I opened my eyes he was there. I don’t even know what I said.”

Yet more than a year later, when called to give evidence as the prosecution’s only live witness, the woman said she did not want the case to proceed.

Under oath, she said when she called 999 she was “a woman on the edge”. She insisted her son had not raped her. “I just think I was having a dream and [the boy] has cuddled into me,” she said.

“I’m 99.9% sure that it was a dream,” she said later, comparing it to an earlier “sexualised dream” she had about a neighbour in 2005 which was so vivid “I couldn’t look him in the face for weeks”. The neighbour was not in her bed at the time. “Normally, I wouldn’t look at him twice,” she told the court.

The boy, now 15, did not give evidence during the two-day trial at Preston crown court.


But in an interview with the police after his arrest on 23 February last year, he said he often got into bed with his mum. “I’ve always been a baby like that,” he told detectives.

He said he climbed into bed with her after hearing her return home drunk from a night out with friends. He claimed to have got under the covers, put the TV on and dozed off with his arm around her when she suddenly shouted: “What the fuck do you think you’re doing?”

In a police interview played to the jury on Wednesday, recorded the day after the alleged rape, the mother said: “I woke up and found my 14-year-old son on top of me.”

The court heard she had a history of mental illness and suffered a bout of psychosis aged 16 or 17.

Under cross-examination on Wednesday she said she felt she had been suffering “some sort of breakdown” at the time of the alleged rape. “I had had a horrible 18 months. I had been trying to access help for my son,” she told the jury.

She said six to eight weeks after making the rape complaint she had tried to withdraw it but no one listened. On giving evidence in court she said: “I just feel I’m not being listened to. I feel like I’m being railroaded.”

Francis McEntee, prosecuting, suggested she was lying to protect her son from going to prison. The mother responded angrily: “I’m telling the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. This didn’t happen and my son has been failed by this system that’s quite clearly fractured.”

Her son was discharged after the not guilty verdict was returned.

Afterwards, a CPS spokesperson said: “A charging decision was made in this case after consideration of all the evidence, which we considered to be sufficient for a realistic prospect of conviction. This was an allegation of a very serious offence and it was important that the jury heard all the evidence and was able to make a decision in this case. We respect the jury’s decision.”

Women must give husbands sex ‘even on camels’, Islamic scholar says


While insisting that the concept of marital rape does not exist in Islam, religious scholars say it is sinful for a Muslim man to force his wife to have sex when she is ill or menstruating.


Perak Mufti Tan Sri Harussani Zakaria said that men can always have sexual intercourse with their spouses even if the latter do not agree, saying that a Muslim woman has “no right” to reject her husband’s demand.

“Even the Prophet says even when they’re riding on the back of the camel, when the husband asks her, she must give.

“So there’s no such thing as rape in marriage. This is made by European people, why should we follow?” he told Malay Mail Online when contacted yesterday as he cited the hadith or reported teachings of Prophet Muhammad.

Harussani claimed that Europe itself did not regard women highly before creating the concept of marital rape after the 18th century when Europeans came into contact with the Muslims and were attempting to improve Islamic laws.

According to Harussani, a woman’s agreement to marry will be sought when her father gives her away to a man in marriage. Subsequently, she can only refuse her husband sex if she is menstruating, sick, or has just given birth, he said.

“Once she got married, the dowry is paid, she can’t refuse unless when she’s [on her] period,” he said, saying that the Quran clearly states that it will be “haram” or forbidden to have a sexual intercourse with a woman who is menstruating.

Independent Muslim preacher Wan Ji Wan Hussin said that rape is defined in Islam as an act between two unmarried individuals.

“That term (marital rape) is not accurate in the practice of Islam because rape in Islam is defined as forced sexual intercourse outside of marriage,” he told Malay Mail Online when contacted yesterday.

While stating that husbands cannot force their wives to have sex, he said the key issue is not about getting consent, but revolves around how men can show love and create a romantic atmosphere to change their spouses’ minds to willingly agree to sexual intercourse.

“That means if the husband does not seek consent, it cannot be considered rape, but that action is considered not polite (beradab) in Islam,” he said, adding that it would not be considered “haram” or sinful, but would be “makruh” or frowned upon by Islam.

Wan Ji said women have the right to refuse sex when they are either sick, menstruating or old, insisting that men having sex in such cases are considered sinful.

During the fasting month for Muslims, both men and women are not allowed to have sexual intercourse and wives must reject such requests by their husbands, he said.

Women may opt to either turn down their husbands’ requests or cancel their fast during optional and additional fasting days, he said, adding that women can even refuse sexual intercourse if they are in a bad mood or were exhausted from work.

Both Harussani and Wan Ji said that using violence to force a wife to have sexual intercourse would be clearly criminal, with the former saying that the wife can call the police or a religious judge as it would be an offence in both the civil and Shariah legal systems.

Wan Ji said the use of actual violence would fall under the “qisas” system of Islamic offences that would allow retributive punishments, explaining that the threat to harm a wife would not be an offence but would be considered a sin as it could affect her emotions.

In Malaysia, marital rape is not a legal offence, but a husband may be prosecuted and imprisoned up to five years for forcing his wife to have sex by threatening violence or by harming her.

Following the launch of DAP lawmaker Yeo Bee Yin’s joint rape awareness campaign with the All Women’s Action Society (AWAM) last week, some Muslims have disagreed with a poster that said “Without her consent, it is rape. No excuse” and claimed that rape does not exist in the context of Islamic marriage.