Cash For Kisses? William Stewart, Elementary School Tutor, Charged With Disorderly Conduct
Stratford police arrested a Connecticut elementary school tutor Monday after he was accused of offering female studentscash for kisses.
According to The Connecticut Post, police launched an investigation in March after two 11-year-old students reported the inappropriate behavior to a teacher. The Chapel Street Elementary School reading tutor, 39-year-old William Stewart, has since been charged with risk of injury to children and disorderly conduct.
Police said Stewart invited young girls to his office, where he would then engage in a kissing "game," offering the students $50 to $250 to play. In one such instance, Stewart allegedly offered an iPod in exchange for a kiss.
Authorities also said Stewart used candy as an incentive to get students into his office, the Post notes.