‘Vampire’ teacher took syringes into school in bid to drink teen girl’s blood

A 'vampire' teacher took syringes into class in the hope of using them on a teenage girl so he could drink her blood.

Educator Marc Allison has now been jailed after a court in Texas, USA, heard he also bombarded the eighth grade girl with sordid messages and images.

In the US eighth grade pupils are normally 13 or 14 years old.

CBS reports the now former Rockwall Independent School District orchestra teacher has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.

Allison was sent "sexually explicit" emails to the young student, the district attorney's office said.

The teacher had taught at Cain Middle School and was reportedly arrested in October 2019 on charges of online solicitation of a minor, indecency with a child – sexual contact and improper relationship between educator and student.

The teenage student had been quizzed by investigators and the court was told the teacher had also groped the girl's breasts as he hugged her in his classroom.

In a shocking case the court also heard how Allison purchased a sex toy from the student and brought syringes to draw and drink her blood.

Officials have refused to elaborate whether he ever carried this out.

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CBS reports that Allison pleaded guilty and struck a deal with the victim's family that would give him the maximum sentence of 10 years for online solicitation of a minor. He also received 10 years in probation for the other two charges.

Allison, 50, must also register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.

Rockwall County Assistant District Attorney Justin Almand said: "Marc Allison used his position as an educator to commit the ultimate violation of trust, and this child showed great courage by disclosing the abuse."

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