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School Worker Allegedly Sent 15-Year-Old Student Masturbation Videos Over Snapchat

Kelsie Rochelle Koepke allegedly claimed she meant to send the explicit images and videos to someone else, not the boy who received them.

By Gina Tron

A former Texas high school worker is accused of sending a student sexually explicit photos and and video of herself masturbating over Snapchat.

Kelsie Rochelle Koepke, 25, allegedly sent the images and video to a 15-year-old male student at Paetow High School in Katy under the username “Momma K” last year, according to the Houston Chronicle.

She has been charged with improper relationship with a student, a second-degree felony, and solicitation of a minor. She has since been released on a $15,000 bond.

The alleged victims told investigators he met Koepke in October 2017 at a school event, according to local outlet KPRC. They exchanged Snapchat information and allegedly began chatting. Koepke allegedly told him not to save their conversations.

Two weeks after they began talking, on homecoming night, Koepke allegedly sent the first series of nude photos and video of herself. In all, she’s accused of sending “nude images of her breasts and two videos of herself masturbating,” according to records obtained by the Houston Chronicle.

Kelsie Koepke

Police began investigating Koepke in February.

The “administration was made aware of the issue through another student who noticed a conversation on social media regarding inappropriate content being shared among the staff member and a student,” Paetow High School Principal Mindy Dickerson wrote in a letter sent out to parents, according to the Houston Chronicle.

Koepke was fired from the school during the investigation into her conduct. It’s not clear if she has a lawyer who can speak on her behalf. According to the records obtained by the Houston Chronicle, Koepke allegedly told investigators she thought she was sending the nude photos to someone else but when she realized her error didn’t delete the images and video in an attempt to “keep the peace.”