Pamela Joan Rogers born July 1, is an American former elementary school physical education teacher and coach who taught in McMinnville, Tennessee. A convicted child molester and sexual predator, she sexually molested a year-old boy who was one of her students in Centertown Elementary School. According to court documentation, Rogers had sex with the student on at least 12 occasions, including oral , vaginal , and manual sex as well as having the student engage in oral sex and digital penetration on her. Rogers faced 15 counts of sexual battery by an authority figure and 13 counts of statutory rape on February 4,
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A Nashville psychologist with access to the disgraced teacher offers insight. On Nov. The other is a sexual addict desperate enough to send nude cell-phone photos and explicit videos of herself to an adolescent boy, with a lengthy prison stretch as the likely outcome. Both women are named Pamela Rogers.
Pamela Rogers pleaded guilty to two counts of solicitation of sexual exploitation of a minor. She admitted sending the photos, and investigators allege she also received photos and videos from the boy, now Rogers, 29, was arrested in February and pleaded no contest to having sexual intercourse and oral sex with the student.
A former Tennessee teacher who served time in prison for having sex with a student has been arrested on felony charges for introducing contraband into a state prison. Her arrest follows an extensive investigation by TDOC special agents that began in February , after they received information that several cell phones had been found in a package being mailed into Mark Luttrell Correctional Complex MLCC in Memphis. On May 28th, , a Shelby County grand jury indicted Rogers, McCarter and Carden on five counts of felony introduction of contraband into a state penal facility. This investigation is ongoing and the Tennessee Department of Correction continues to work closely with 25th District Attorney General Mike Dunavant, who has been named special prosecutor in the case. The Tennessee Department of Correction continues to vigorously combat the introduction of contraband into its prisons and will seek the prosecution of anyone found attempting to do so.