Ex-dance teacher who was convicted of raping a 17-year-old male student arrested for ‘selling drugs’

How can a person who has committed a crime, commit another one? This is such a bold move. But what gives people this kind of courage? Not everyone can do thiss. in fact, most of us are afraid of committing a single crime. But when one is under the influence of drugs, for that person, nothing seems impossible. At some point, they seek the thrill of committing something dangerous as this gives them the thrill and challenge.

As this is an addiction blog, only if people are willing to save thenselves and be saved by accepting help from their loved ones and professionals, they wouldn’t have to suffer as a result of their crimes. They would never even commit one. Drugs can destroy anyone, whether you are a man or a woman, young or old, whoever you are you can be in danger. So, before it’s too late, seek help now through addiction treatment centers.

 

A former dance teacher who was convicted of having unlawful sex with a 17-year-old male student has been arrested for allegedly dealing methamphetamine.

Sarah Lindsay Lewis, 28, was taken into custody last Monday by authorities in Utah who allege she sold drugs from her car.

Law enforcement officials say they found her with 12 ounces of methamphetamine as well as drug-related paraphernalia, according to KSTU-TV

By getting arrested, Lewis violated the conditions of her parole, which resulted in her being sent to jail for three days. 

Sarah Lindsay Lewis, 28, was taken into custody last Monday by authorities in Utah who allege she sold drugs from her car. Last year (right), she was arrested for having sex with an underage male

Last year, Lewis, a resident of Payson, Utah, was found guilty of raping one of her male students at her home.

The alleged victim told police that Lewis gave him vodka and that he filmed them kissing on the couch on his cellphone before they went into a bedroom…

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http://dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5932515/Ex-dance-teacher-convicted-raping-17-year-old-male-student-arrested-selling-drugs.html