She has pleaded not guilty in Jefferson Parish to having sex with the same boy at Respess' apartment in Kenner; Respess has pleaded not guilty to failing to report that crime. The boys' parents filed their lawsuit in August, misspelling both teachers' names, according to court records.The family amended it in February after School Board attorneys said it wasn't specific enough, and that the student must be a plaintiff because he has reached age 17 and is no longer a minor.The victim in the Dufresne-Respess case was 16, younger than the age of consent.
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The School Board's attorney for the case, Monica Vela-Vick, would not comment on the suit.
The school system's responsibility The plaintiffs say the school system "aided and abetted" Dufresne and Respess" by allowing inappropriate teacher-student relationships to develop at Destrehan High School" both before and after their encounters with Dufresne's English student.
All three plaintiffs are identified by their initials. The case was automatically assigned to Judge Emile St. He and the other two judges of the 29 Judicial District Court recused themselves, as they had done in the criminal case against her.
To preside, the Louisiana Supreme Court appointed Robert Klees, a retired judge of the state's Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal in New Orleans.
They say the School Board "has demonstrated a wanton and reckless disregard for the mental and emotional safety and well-being of the students under its charge." Among other shortcomings, school system officials did an inadequate job of screening employees, training staff on appropriate boundaries with students and training students and staff on how to recognize and report abuse, the plaintiffs say.