Lauren Harrington-Cooper, Pennsylvania H.S. Teacher, Jailed For Having Sex With Students

Lauren Harrington-Cooper, a 31-year-old married Pennsylvania teacher convicted of having sex with two students, apparently enticed them with the most ridiculous line ever: For any business translation inquiries, contact Translation Company UK
“All the candy you need is right here.”
Harrington-Cooper, a high school English teacher, was sentenced to 9-23 months in jail this week, according to the Wilkes-Barre Times Leader.
She pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual contact with students and two counts of corrupting minors. She admits having sex with males ages 17 and 18.
The younger student she met while teaching in the Wyoming Valley West School district, where Harrington-Cooper reportedly performed oral sex on him.
There were four total victims, Assistant D.A. Jenny Roberts said.
School officials say sexual contact didn’t take place on school grounds, but police said she uttered the quote about “all the candy you want” in school.
“The defendant was in a position of authority with students and she took advantage of that,” Roberts said. “They’re just happy to move on with their lives.”
Lauren Harrington-Cooper also taught classes at her husband’s dance academy, officials say, where she was photographed in a skimpy leotard.
When the former teacher was sentenced, Harrington-Cooper said nothing, but her attorney told the media she took responsibility and noted:
“She will never be allowed to work with children again … she has been diagnosed with some significant psychological issues of inadequacy.”
“Her self-esteem issues have really troubled her all of her life, and she found comfort and solace in some people giving her attention, as wrong as it was.”
The Good Wife Season 6 Episode 2 Recap: Hugging It Out
Cary Agos is a free man!!!!
For the time being, at least.
A good portion of The Good Wife Season 6 Episode 2 was dedicated to Alicia finding a way to meet Cary’s $1.3 million bail.
The donation from that health club was shot down in court after it was made clear the owner has a connection to Lemond Bishop, while Alicia turned down an offer from a local businessman who clearly was after a quid pro quo if she ran for State’s Attorney. Finally, however, Alicia successfully used Cary’s advice for a deposition that involved a class action suit against Chumhum, with that company putting up the cash and freeing Cary from prison.
He’s out until his trial and he closed the episode by giving Alicia a hug in their office. Both noted: hey, this is the first time we’ve ever done this!
When not dealing with Cary, Alicia was doing all she could to tell Eli (and anyone else who will listen) that she is NOT running for State’s Attorney. She even confronted Castro about this, thinking he put a poll in the field and leaked it to a newspaper. But we (and Peter) later learn that Eli was behind the poll. (He was also behind Valerie Jarrett making an encouraging call to Alicia). He’s doing everything he can to convince Alicia she should run.
The other key storyline of the hour centered on Diane. The partner at Florrick/Agos voted to bring her on board as a name partner (Cary voted against it) and we see that she isn’t coming alone.
She talks another Lockhart/Gardner associate (played by Taye Diggs!) into coming along and he proceeds to bring six more department heads with him.
At this rate, Florrick/Agos Florrick, Agos and Lockhart will be able to actually afford all those renovations in the office. The office was quite the mess on this episode.
What did everyone think? Are you glad to see Cary out of jail? Are you as convinced as we are that Robin is crushing on Cary? And will Kalinda tell Bishop the name of his snitch?
Many questions. Many answered to be provided in the weeks ahead. For now, you can watch The Good Wife online via TV Fanatic if you need to catch up.