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School Secretary Allegedly Sent Explicit Video Of Herself To 14-Year-Old Student Over Snapchat

Heather Matheison allegedly sent a video of herself masturbating to a middle school student and that boy's mother called the authorities.

By Gina Tron

A Florida school secretary is accused of sending a video of herself masturbating to a student at the middle school where she is employed.

Heather Matheison, 25, was arrested Friday at Chasco Middle School in Port New Richey after the mother of a student called law enforcement.

That mother "stated her 14 year old son had received a video from the defendant,” a Pasco County Sheriff’s Office arrest report obtained by Oxygen.com states. “The video depicts the defendant masturbating.”

The graphic clip allegedly shows Matheison with a shirt on and no pants masturbating with her hand, according to the report. It also allegedly shows her face. 

Heather Matheison Pd

The victim’s mother said the clip was sent to her son over Snapchat. The teen saved the video and sent it to his mother over Facebook Messenger so that it could be used as evidence.

Not only did the secretary allegedly confess to making the video but "she described the video exactly as I had seen, and she confessed to sending it over Snapchat to the 14 year old victim,” the deputy wrote in their report.

Additionally, Matheison allegedly admitted to knowing how old the boy was.

The secretary has been charged with submitting electronic transmission material that is harmful to minors. It’s not clear if she has a lawyer who can speak on her behalf at this time.

It’s unclear whether or not it’s blush or embarrassment, but Matheison appears red-faced in her mugshot. She was bonded out on Monday on $500, a Pasco County Sheriff spokesperson told Oxygen.com.

The school board at the middle school will have to decide about her status as secretary, according to the Miami Herald.