Beautiful 28 Yr Old Middle School Teacher Send Student ‘N*des’ . . . When She Learned He Had CRUSH!!

A former Midwest City Middle School teacher has been accused of sending n*k*d pictures and an inappropriate video to a 16-year-old district student via social media, Media Take Out has confirmed.

28-year-old Ivy Reneau is going viral and has an arrest warrant out for her.

According to documents filed with Oklahoma County District Court, Ivy, who is also a former assistant soccer coach, met the teen at a practice and “heard rumors that he liked her and wanted to watch her run.”

Ivy then reportedly added the 16-year-old on Snapchat.

The court documents describe that Ivy allegedly sent the teenager three or four nude photos and an inappropriate video. According to court documents, the teenager showed the pictures to some of his teammates.

Court documents state that Ivy Reneau, who is listed as a 7th grade science teacher at Midwest City Middle School, admitted to sending explicit images to a student at Midwest City High School.


Media Take Out managed to get some information about the teenager Ivy sent the pictures to.

According to multiple social media reports, the young man was a Caucasian young man who is considered an “athlete” by his peers. Social media reports seen by Media Take Out explain that the young man sent the alleged n*d*s to some of his friends, who in turn circulated the images across social media.

Eventually, other teachers got wind of the pictures and contacted local authorities.

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