Teacher at Christian school gives her students marijuana brownies to make them happy


Camille Breaux Brennan 
By: Chan Yuan

A teacher at a Christian school was arrested on a charge of distribution of marijuana after being accused of giving her students marijuana brownies to make them happy, according to police in Louisiana.

Now, 31-year-old Camille Breaux Brennan of Mandeville, has been sentenced to serve three years in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of distribution of marijuana to a student and two counts of obstruction of justice.

Brennan will also be on probation for five years and was ordered to undergo substance abuse and mental health evaluations.

She was banned from having unsupervised contact with minors.

According to the criminal complaint, Brennan was a teacher at the Archbishop Hannan High School, when she gave marijuana brownies to two students.

She then told her students to lie. Brennan destroyed a written statement from one of the students to hide the criminal acts.

The crimes came to light when one of the students became ill and admitted to a family member that she ate marijuana brownies and the teacher provided them.

The same family member discovered conversations between the student and Brennan on social media in which Brennan described how to make marijuana brownies.

During questioning, Brennan told police that she provided the marijuana brownies to make the two students happy.