Loudoun County teacher accused of “inappropriate conversations” expected to plead guilty

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The Loudoun County High School teacher accused of having inappropriate communications with students will plead guilty to three misdemeanor counts on Monday. 

Alison Briel, 25, was arrested on Tuesday after it was reported that she engaged in inappropriate conversations with three students under the age of 17. 

On Friday, she accepted a plea agreement and will plead guilty to three counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.  Briel is accused of sending inappropriate photos to the minors and soliciting them for sex, though sources said there’s no proof that any sexual contact with the students happened.

Briel has worked at the school since August 2017. Wayde Byard, spokesperson for Loudoun County Public Schools confirmed she was placed on leave in November 2018. 

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