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And the culprits have not been punished for distributing Costa’s message, according to the teacher and school insiders.
Costa filed a complaint with the police on June 20, on the advice of the teachers union.
“I no longer feel safe in the building and would like to be transferred to a different work environment where harassment/bullying is not tolerated,” Costa said in a letter to her union rep. Three students were suspended last fall after getting nabbed for stealing her smartphone.
However, as Maloney has no criminal background, he is also eligible for probation.
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“The very fact that it took five days for the school to report the incident, and knowing they never interviewed any staff or students and did not conduct a proper investigation, makes me fearful to return to work because my own administration and deans are not there to protect me,” Costa said. Costa says she doesn’t recall using social media from a school computer.
She thinks it’s odd that someone would dredge up a message from 17 months ago, and isn’t ruling out that one or more school staffers may have been involved in the smear.
In closing arguments Wednesday, defense attorney Salvador Faus said Maloney had believed he was chatting with an adult but role-playing."It may not be your thing, and it may not be my thing, but that doesn't make it a crime," Faus told jurors.