This Philly School Counselor Seduced A 16-Year-Old With Promises To Get Him Into Harvard, Sent Thirsty Texts

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Emily Feeney, a 40-year-old swim coach and director of college counseling at $120,000 per year Malvern Prep in Philadelphia, lost her job and is being charged with institutional sexual assault, unlawful contact with a minor, and corruption of a minor all over her attempt to bed a 16-year-old boy who she could simply not get enough of. Even after the student told her, point blank, “I’m not interested in you, end of story. I’m 16. I’m not into you,” Feeney continued her relentless pursuit for over a year. According to Philly Mag, the boy played along because he didn’t want to ruin his chances of getting into Harvard.

Luckily, for us (not Feeney), some of the thirsty messages she sent to the boy were obtained.

According to Philly Mag:

Do I get a hug when I see you… How far can I push that?

I’d send you the sunburn photo I posted to Instagram but that might not be a great move for my career.

Obviously this is very emotional for me and I feel raw.

I miss you! I don’t want it to be this way forever.

You are gorgeous and this is killing me.

If you don’t respond to me in another week, I will pull you aside.

If you’d… Just stop fighting and let it happen, you’d be a lot less uptight and much happier.

Parched. So very parched.


But wait…there’s more!

Feeney also forwarded the boy an email she purportedly received from Harvard University about him, in which the sender says he would “definitely be a likely letter candidate” and that “he’d be on the top of our list.” She allegedly ended that email by saying, “you… owe me big time. And no high fives.”

No high fives…How about low fives, Feeney? You know what I’m talking about, you sassy minx. (Enter an abundance of sexual winks here.)

And if you don’t know what I’m talking about, Feen-dog… Low Fives = Someone treating your lovetart like a hand puppet.

[H/T Unilad]


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