In 2020, Georgia teacher Audrianna Williams and her cheer team garnered millions of views on social media. At the time, the group posted a rap video welcoming Monroe Comprehensive High School students back to school.
According to The Shade Room’s Justin Carter, the video made Williams a viral success.
However, the self-proclaimed “teacher-influencer” is now back in the spotlight. The married 31-year-old has been accused of having “multiple inappropriate sexual encounters” with a 12th-grade student.
On this episode of ‘TSR Investigates,’ Carter dives into the allegations and Williams’ arrest warrant.
More Details Regarding The Allegations Against Audrianna Williams
According to Carter, Williams was arrested on two counts of sexual assault by a teacher on December 26, 2023. The multiple incidents allegedly occurred at a gas station and bowling alley between November 1 and December 2, 2023.
On December 15, 2023, the teacher submitted her resignation letter to the Dougherty County School Board. Amid the ongoing investigation into the assault claims, the school district complied.
A statement from a Dougherty County School System spokesperson reads:
“The Dougherty County Board of Education voted unanimously to accept the resignation of Audrianna Williams in lieu of termination, with the understanding that the district will submit the appropriate reports to the Georgia Professional Standards Commission.”
What Will Happen To The Teacher From Here?
Additionally, Carter reports that the Georgia Professional Standards Commission is now reviewing Williams’ teaching license. According to Ann Brumbaugh Law, the commission can invoke a warning, reprimand, or suspension of up to three years after reviews.
However, the commission also has the option to revoke Williams’ license.
WSB-TV reports that Williams bonded out of jail the same day as her arrest.
Carters adds that the “teacher-influencer” is maintaining her innocence of the alleged crimes. A letter from the teacher’s attorney, Julius B. Collins, reads:
“Mrs. Williams maintains her innocence and is eager to have this matter resolved.”
WALB adds that, if convicted, Williams could spend “one to 20 years in prison for each count.”
Watch the episode above to hear what else Williams’ attorney had to share about the case and how parents can keep their children safe from alleged predatory behavior.
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