Teacher Sentenced After Blaming Juvenile Victim She Sexually Assaulted

Tom Gantert

Allyson Moran still blames the boy and said the 15-year-old initiated the sex

Stockbridge, MI – A former substitute teacher and girls soccer coach was sentenced for repeatedly sexually assaulting a student.

Allyson Moran, 27, abused her position as a teacher at Stockbridge Community Schools and took advantage of a 15-year-old boy, according to Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Steve Kwasnik.

Moran still blames the boy and said he initiated the sex, Kwasnik said according to the Lansing State Journal.

The judge wasn't buying her excuse.

"I wish so much that you had talked more about the lifetime of consequences (he) has," the judge told her, according to Herald & Review. "He's criticized and judged and he didn't do anything wrong."

“She used her position to gain his trust...and she took that and manipulated it into something for personal gratification," Kwasnik said, according to the Lansing State Journal. "She lured him into an adulterous affair."

Moran worked at the school district during the 2016-17 academic year. Moran’s attorney Sean Carroll said that Moran was having a tough time during that time period. She had a miscarriage, her marriage was shaky and she just started a new job at the school district.

"She's faced alienation, stigma and shame," Carroll said, according to the Lansing State Journal. "She's grown from the situation."

Carroll had wanted Ingham County Circuit Court Judge Joyce Draganchuk to sentence Moran to probation. Caroll said that Moran had lost her dream career and had to spend her life on the sex offender registry and that was punishment enough, according to the Lansing State Journal.

Moran apologized to the boy’s parents and said she wished she could take their pain away.

"I tried to find comfort wherever I could," Moran said, according to the Lansing State Journal. "At 27, I will have a lifetime of consequences that will surpass any prison time."

The boy’s mother said her son went from a happy and popular student to someone who has “lost himself.”

After Moran's arrest, she attempted to commit suicide and her victim carries the guilt of that with him, his mother said.

"She took things from him he'll never get back," his mother said, according to the Lansing State Journal. "Tell me how it's a child's fault that his teacher preyed upon him."

Moran was sentenced to spend between 25 months to 15 years in prison.

Comments (14)
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Helen Hendrickson
Helen Hendrickson

Hopefully she gets max


When I was a senior in high school a theology teacher impregnated a classmate. Both failed to show up for class one day and were never to be seen again. The police never got involved, either.


Where were those teachers when I was in school!


Why is it always the mother of the "Molested" boy that speaks for the kid? Why doesn't the kid speak for himself or the father ever speak for the kid?

If I would have nailed a hot teacher when in school my dad would have said something along the lines of "I don't know how this event, or relationship started with my son but what I want to know is damnnn how did he pull this one off? That's my boy, THAT'S MY BOY!" and then a big grin would have formed across his face.

My dad, he was actually my stepdad but the dad that started raising me from 12 years old but he also knew that I was a very headstrong kid. My dad knew that no one could make me do something that I didn't want to do. My dad also knew that if I did anything, good or bad then it was either my idea or I agreed with the other people involved.

My dad taught me personal responsibility and if and when I messed up bad I suffered humility and then I was punished accordingly.

The teacher was wrong, and suffered severe head cramps during crucial moments in her life in this case and other cases like it but the mother of this kid, that is wailing about her poor baby boy is ruined, her baby boy is scarred for life, he was mister popular and now nobody will speak to my son because.... because.... well because he now has cooties is seeking attention herself and putting more stress on her baby boy.


And just who is the 15 year old, and just who is the 27 year old? So much for “Just say no”!


obvious why her marriage was shaky.


i seriously doubt this kid has any issues other than being upset that the best thing in his young life was taken away by an overprotective mother. mom is the only one with any issues.