A teacher’s aide in Wisconsin gets a slap on the wrist after pleading no contest to two felony counts of sexual assault of a student by a school staff. 24-year-old Kimberly Gersonde was facing an additional four charges of felony child enticement but will avoid those charges as part of her plea agreement. In total, Gersonde was facing six felonies for banging two 16-year-olds. One she knew from her former position in the St. Francis School District. The other student she met while working in the Menomonee Falls School District.
The complaint filed against Gersonde indicate that police met with one of the students on May 25th at Menomonee Falls High School. That student told investigators that he met the teacher’s aide in 2015 when he was picking up his brothers from Ben Franklin Elementary School.
According to that student, Gersonde gave him her number on a sticky note. They started chatting by phone through the fall of 2015 and the spring of 2016. He also stated that the pair would hang out in Gersonde’s car and would kiss.
The “relationship” was consummated in August 2016 when the student would go to the teacher’s aide apartment. According to the boy, they had sex at least nine times over the course of a few months.
After tiring with the older vag, the student attempted to break it off with the aide but “it was very difficult”. Gersonde began to stalk and harass the 16-year-old and blow up his phone. He eventually blocked her number states the complaint.
The second teen, a student at St. Francis High School, said he had sex with the aide for the first time on April 29. According to him, they continued to have sex several times until May 5.
The teacher’s aide eventually resigned on May 19 from the St. Francis School District via email. The report did not state the reason she resigned. Gersonde then moved to Milwaukee in July.
Gersonde remains free on bail pending her sentencing hearing scheduled for Dec. 13 at 1:30pm.
This predator was found guilty, convicted of sexual assault of two minors and instead of rotting in a cell pending her sentencing, she is still free.
Double standard much?