The teacher, Therese Gunn, formerly teaching at South Gwinnett High School, that she was sorry she had coitus with the young man, but he was "like a used car salesman."
"Hey baby, check out this pair of 'headlights,' if you know what I mean, heh, heh. C'mon, let me see you light them up."
Gunn entered a guilty plea and sentenced to 90 days in prison, although her lawyer pushed for house arrest. She will be on probation for 10 years and is not allowed to go to used car lots in that time.
Gwinnett County Superior Court Judge Warren Davis said to Gunn, "I don't find that you're the kind of person that needs to be warehoused for years. We get those cases and we get them out of society as long as we can. You're not one of those. But you clearly betrayed the trust that you had of parents, this parent, putting this child in your care."
From the rear of the courtroom a young man's voice called out: "Yo, check out this rear view, if you know what I mean. This thing is really revved up and ready to go, and you hold the key . . . baby."
The used car student in this case told the court that Gunn "made [his] adolescence a living hell."
Gunn is the fourth teacher from Gwinnett who has been arrested on sex-related charges stemming from the 2015-2016 school year. She resigned last year.
Sadly, Therese Gunn looks like an aunt of mine who passed away several years ago at the age of 93. I will never look at Music 101 the same way ever again.