2 Georgia school employees accused of sexually harassing students

Railey Greeson and Brooklyn Shuler have been charged with first-degree sexual contact with an employee or agent, authorities say

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Two school employees have been accused of having sex with female students in 2021 and 2022 in a Georgia school district.

Railey Greeson and Brooklyn Shuler were charged in Gordon County, Georgia, on Thursday, June 28, with first-degree sexual contact by an employee or agent, 11 Alive, WSB TV and FOX 5 Atlanta reported, citing the indictment.

Greeson is accused of having sex with two male students, sources said, while Shuler is accused of having sex with one male student between October 2021 and January 2022, according to the indictment.

According to the indictment, Gresson is facing two charges and Shuler is facing one.

The indictment does not name the school district, but WSB-TV identified the district as the City of Calhoun School District. PEOPLE has reached out to the district for comment.

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The ages of the students were not disclosed, the indictment said, but said the women “reasonably should have known” the alleged victims were students, according to 11 Alive, FOX 5 Atlanta and WSB TV.

It was initially unclear whether any of the suspects had pleaded guilty or hired a lawyer to speak on their behalf.

If you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual harassment, text “STRENGTH” to Crisis Text Line 741-741 to be connected to a certified crisis counselor.

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