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Ohio Softball Coach Faces 5-Years, Had Sex With 17-Year-Old Student 8 Times

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Ohio Softball Coach Faces 5-Years After Having Intercourse With 17-Year-Old Student 8 Times

An Ohio softball coach who allegedly had sex with a 17-year-old student eight times including in the back of a car could be jailed for up to five years.

Ashley Rison, 31, an ex high school PE teacher, pleaded guilty to charges of s**ual battery and gross sexual imposition on October 12 at Butler County Common Pleas Court.

Authorities obtained footage of her allegedly having s*x with a 17-year-old student in the back seat of a car eight times in April 2021. She is currently waiting for the final trial on November 16, set by Judge Dan Haughey, in which she could be registered as a s*x offender. Rison was given a GPS tracker after paying 10 per cent of her $10,000 bail.

The 31-year-old worked at the New Miami school as a softball and basketball coach from August 2015.

Assistant Prosecutor Lindsay Sheehan also stated: ‘In addition to what the child tells us, we do have recordings between Ms. Rison and the child of where Ms. Rison makes multiple incriminating statements in asking, begging the child not to report her to the authorities.’

She quit her job on May 3, 2021, the day the crimes arrived at the Butler County Sheriff’s Office. It is unclear whether the alleged victim gave authorities the footage of himself and Rison, or if a separate eyewitness saw them and recorded it. Prosecutors also blamed her for tampering with evidence and giving alcohol to an underage person but these were later dropped.

Superintendent Rhonda Parker said: ‘Ashley Ra-Nae Rison is no longer employed by the New Miami Local School Board.

‘Effective 3rd May, 2021, Ms. Rison resigned from her position as Paraprofessional and Coach. ‘New Miami Local Schools has no further comment at this time.’

Butler County Prosecutor Mike Gmoser said: ‘It was discovered she was in a car with the [victim] and observed and it went from there.’

‘We are dealing with impressionable young minds, and along comes an adult who takes advantage of them.

‘We take all felonies seriously but I think we add a little extra seriousness to these positions-of-trust type offences. ‘Prosecutors can hold these people accountable to let them know we take this seriously.’

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