A New York City teacher previously arrested and fired for taking a 16-year-old boy to a motel for a videotaped sexcapade is now under investigation for having sex with two other teens inside her school.
According to the New York Post, 35-year-old Tara Driscoll is a former English teacher at Law, Government and Community Service High School in Cambria Heights, Queens.
Last June, she pleaded guilty to having sex with the 16-year-old at the Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn, a short 15-minute drive from her school.
But now, a report by schools investigator Richard Condon charges Driscoll “brazenly had sex with two other students at the school, where her serial shenanigans were uncovered by girlfriends of the teacher’s pets.”
The report claims Driscoll texted flirtatious messages to one boy, then called him to her office in October 2010, where they began kissing.
The Post says the boy told police that she locked the door and put a chair against the knob to secure it. They lay on the floor behind her desk, where she performed oral sex before they had intercourse.
Another boy who visited her school office in December 2010 told authorities she locked the door and performed oral sex on him.
Then in March 2011, a girlfriend of a third boy discovered his phone had sexually explicit texts from Driscoll.
“I will [expletive] you hard like a teacher,” one allegedly read.
She and other girls angrily confronted the teacher.
“I did not mean to, I am lonely, and f—ed up … You can beat me up right now,” Driscoll sobbed, one girl told investigators. She cried she “needed someone to love,” and “My mom is dying” of cancer.
Driscoll also reportedly offered hush money to keep the situation under the covers.
“I can give you $300 right now … I will give you my paycheck for it to go away,” a student quoted her as begging.
The girls took no money and “left the room disgusted,” the report says.
Driscoll was originally charged with rape, but took a plea bargain to a misdemeanor sex-misconduct charge in Nassau County, and was given six years probation.
Her probation report noted “a severe problem with alcohol,” and her teacher’s license was suspended.
She had to register as a Level 1 sex offender and move from her Bay Shore, N.Y., home because of its proximity to a school.