INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana high school teacher and former golf coach met a student for sex in two Indianapolis hotels 22 times since July, according to records filed in Marion Superior Court.
Five of those sexual encounters between Robert Chin and his student took place before the girl's 18th birthday, according to a preliminary probable cause affidavit.
He told the court he did not believe alcohol had affected his behaviour but noted a friend had commented on his level of intoxication, the documents said.
In a decision released last week, Justice Kimberley Crosbie said she rejected the boy’s version of events and his assertion that he did not believe the girl was too drunk to consent to sex.
The text was not an assigned for any particular class but available, like a library book, for pupils to borrow.
In an online post that was soon widely shared, the mother said she blushed at the descriptions and illustrations of conception, birth and sexual harassment.
Other parts of the book describe homosexuality as a normal phenomenon.
Chin told police that he was the head coach of the Ben Davis High School boys golf team and an assistant coach for the girls team.
A teenage girl who was in and out of consciousness and had vomited on herself was too drunk to consent to unprotected sex with another intoxicated teen at a beach party last year, a Toronto judge said in finding the boy guilty of sexual assault.
The 40-year-old Avon, Ind., man was held without bond Tuesday in the Marion County (Ind.) Jail on a felony charge of child seduction, jail records show.
Prosecutors formally charged Chin with seven counts of felony child seduction, according to court records.