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Ex-Ohio teacher Stacy Schuler sentenced to four years in student sex case

A school health and gym teacher in southwest Ohio has been indicted on charges accusing her of sexual misconduct with students. Online court records show 32-year-old Stacy Schuler of Springboro faces 16 felony counts of sexual battery involving a student and three misdemeanor counts of providing alcohol to someone who's underage. Schuler has been a teacher and athletic trainer at a high school in Mason since 2000 and has been on paid leave since Jan. 18, the week after an anonymous tip triggered the school's investigation, the newspaper said. Chief assistant Warren C (Warren County Jail)

Ohio teacher Stacy Schuler accused of sex with football players, files insanity plea
Stacy Schuler (Warren County Jail)

(CBS/AP) LEBANON, Ohio - A former Ohio high school teacher has been sentenced to four years in prison for having sex with teenage boys at her home. Thirty-three-year-old Stacy Schuler was convicted on Thursday of sexual battery.

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The former teacher was accused of having sex in 2010 with five Mason High School students, some football players. Schuler resigned at Mason High School in February after her arrest earlier this year. She was a teacher and athletic trainer at the school since 2000 and had been on paid leave since Jan. 18 after an anonymous tip triggered the school's investigation.

Earlier this week, five former students testified they had sexual encounters with Schuler at her home in Springboro.

She had pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. Her lawyers argued she had medical and psychological issues and didn't remember the alleged incidents. They also said the students took advantage of her.

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