Female teacher creates fake Facebook profiles posing as boy to lure girls into relationshipBy Mason White 11:21 AM November 5, 2014
By: Mahesh Sarin
(Scroll down for video) A female teacher of Virginia, was jailed for posing as a teenage boy on Facebook.
The softball coach and former teacher’s assistant at Virginia Beach Public Schools, was sentenced to jail for tricking female students into online relationships.
27-year-old Kyle Lynne Noro was sentenced to 15 years in prison with 12 years suspended, which means she will spend only three years behind bars.
She was also ordered to register as a sex offender.
According to police, Noro created at least 20 fake Facebook accounts where she pretended to be a teenage boy and began relationships with young girls.
She also bought prepaid cell phones for each false identity and befriended several of her students online.
In one case, Noro posed as a boy named Kevin, and engaged in a sexual online relationship with a 17-year-old girl. She even bought gifts and had it delivered to the girl from “Kevin.”
Noro sent numerous sexually explicit photos of herself to the victim and convinced the girl to send sexually explicit photos in return.
That relationship went on for about two months, before the victim’s father discovered the online relationship and reported it to police.
During the investigation, police discovered that “Kevin” was Noro.
She was banned from using the Internet and she will be on intensive supervised probation.