Amy Beck

January 21, 2011 by USA Post 

Amy Beck, “Amy Beck,’‘the college professor who made national headlines and was sent to prison for two years for having sex with a teenage student?
Well, it took a few months, but the student’s family has finally had the opportunity to continue Beck, and the trial is spreading with more details that maybe someone would need to know.

Of course, it is the victim’s side of things, but he claims he was taken advantage of 15 to 20 times by Beck, they all had sex at her home in classrooms and halls baths David Starr Jordan Middle School, and her husband, an LAPD cop, threatened to kill the child once he discovered what was happening.

As for the so-called Beck thought her pupil’s ejaculate, and to read (if you dare).

According to the complaint, the first time by Courthouse News Service, the student met Beck in 2006 when he was placed in its 6th year history and English classes. “Meanwhile,” the claims of the victim’s family, “Beck has launched a coordinated campaign to deceive the [students] to have sex with her and eventually began sexually assaulting and abusing the victim. ”

Indeed, in March Beck admitted to having sex with the student and did not challenge unlawful sexual intercourse and committing a lewd act on a child. She received a prison sentence of 2 years.

The victim and her family said in the lawsuit that Beck told the student that she wanted “to teach” about sex, and she initially provided condoms but stopped when Beck began to take control Births and “directed” him to have sex with her.

In addition, students argued that, while he was too afraid to ejaculate several first time he had sex with Beck, she “wanted the victim to ejaculate while inside of her, “and that when he was finally able to release,” Beck perverse sexual pleasure in him. ”

One night, according to the complaint, during the fall of 2009, Beck’s husband walked on her wife and one set of student and knew something was wrong. It may be understandable, have entered into a rage.

The student claims that Beck has confessed to her husband and that he “has threatened to kill [the student] with her gun police if the parents of the victim did not immediately look at her home.”

The officer’s husband then apparently called the parents of the student on the student’s cell phone and reiterated the threat by telephone, before smashing the cell phone to bits and throwing it to the student.

The complaint, filed against Beck, LAPD, the city of Los Angeles and the Burbank Unified School District, states that the school did nothing to stop the unlawful sexual conduct and that LAPD did not investigate or discipline the husband for death threats to students, even after the family filed a complaint internally.

The husband of Amy Beck, a teacher of 33 years old Burbank, California College who admitted having sexual intercourse and oral sex with a student aged 14, threatened the life of the student, according to a complaint filed by the family of the student.

According, the complaint filed Tuesday against the husband of the teacher, police officer in Los Angeles National Beck claims threatened to kill the teenager and the boy’s family. The threat allegedly occurred when Beck walked on her wife and the boy in her house.

Amy Beck pleaded no contest in March to unlawful sexual intercourse and committing a lewd act on a child.

Burbank Superior Court Judge Patrick Hegarty ordered the ex-David Starr Jordan College of Teachers to register as a sex offender for the rest of her life.

Amy Beck, married with three children, authorities surprised when she walked into a police station in March and confessed to an affair with one of her former students.

Beck said the relationship ended in December 2009, had left her consumed by guilt.

Beck, who has taught English and social studies, was popular with students, parents and fellow teachers, “said Gabe Soumakian, assistant superintendent for the Burbank Unified School District.

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