Texas Dance Teacher Gets No Jail in Student Sex Case - Update
(Houston, Texas) Dance teacher Amanda Feenstra gets no jail for engaging in an extended-term sexual relationship with a female student.
An Humble High dance instructor accused of an improper relationship with a student was sentenced to 10 years deferred adjudication, probation and a $1,000 fine in court Oct. 23, 2013.No jail? Kinda lenient, I suggest.
According to a criminal complaint filed in the 176th District Court March 5, Amanda Feenstra, of Atascocita, is accused of “deviate sexual intercourse” with a female student who has since graduated from the school.
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(Houston, Texas) A 30-year-old dance teacher formerly at Humble High School, Amanda Michelle Feenstra, has been accused of engaging in an extended-term sexual relationship with a female student.
Feenstra faces a charge of improper relationship with a student.
Police said Feenstra engaged in deviate sexual intercourse with the student from August 2010 to November 2011. The student, who was a member of the school’s “Wild Cadets” dance team, was 17 years old when the relationship began.Feenstra was booked into custody with bond set at $30,000.
The student said one day Feenstra approached her saying she was “really attracted to her and would like to get to know her.” After that, the two of them began to spend a lot of time together.
The student said most of their sexual encounters would happen at Feenstra’s home while her husband was away, but they also occurred at the school and at various sporting events. The girl said the two of them had so many sexual encounters that she could not remember them all, according to court documents.
The teen said Feenstra told her she loved her and wanted to be with her forever, but she did not want to continue the relationship.