O.L. Slaton teaching assistant accused of sending nude photos to

Former O.L. Slaton aide arrested, accused of sending nude photos to student

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

A now former O.L. Slaton Middle School teaching assistant has bonded out of jail after being arrested on a charge of indecency with a child exposure. Alyssa Bryan, 23, was indicted by the Lubbock grand jury on the charge Tuesday, accused of sending nude photos to a middle school student.

 A police report shows staff at the school, in December 2018, started investigating rumors that a teacher's aide was in a relationship with a student at the school. On December 8, 2018 a mother told investigators her son, a minor, received nude photos of Bryan through Instagram. According to court documents, Bryan sent the photos. 

A subsequent police report shows the middle school student said Bryan wanted to have a physical relationship with him. He said she Facetimed him while she was naked. 

According to a Lubbock ISD spokesman, when the district was made aware of the accusations, she was immediately placed on leave while Lubbock ISD Police investigated. Bryan submitted her resignation in March. U.S. Marshals recently arrested Bryan. 

She was arrested Thursday, Oct. 3 and posted a $50,000 bond the next day. 

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