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The suit says Robertson-Phillips, with permission from Rhodes and Rivera, told Kirkland to stop sending texts to students and “stop behaving inappropriately.” He was put on watch for 45 days, but his behavior did not change, the suit continued.
The filing alleges Kirkland “sought to teach special education classes in order to ingratiate himself with those that were the most vulnerable and would not stand up to his conduct.” He built relationships by providing various incentives, such as treats and toys, books and perfume; allowed students to use his classroom for lunch; drove students off-campus for treats; showed students the gun he kept in class; paid for sexual favors from students; shared “sexually laden texts with students asking for nude pictures of the students via text,” the filing said.
Morgan Stewart, (L), and Saul Wolf, (R), attorney representing the alleged victims of Kevin Kirkland speaks outside San Bernardino Superior Court, on four new lawsuits against the Redlands Unified School District for its “mishandling” of reports of sexual misconduct against the former Redlands High School teacher, Tuesday, in San Bernardino, Ca., Steptember 19, 2017.
(Photo by John Valenzuela/The Sun/SCNG) An attorney on Tuesday, Sept.
Steve Harber, legal counsel for the Redlands Unified School District, issued a statement Tuesday, saying, “This civil lawsuit, in which plaintiff seeks to recover money from the taxpayers of Redlands, makes unsubstantiated allegations based on speculation, misrepresentations, and hindsight.
The plaintiffs’ lawyers try to construct a pattern of misbehavior by district employees in dealing with Mr.
The lawsuit alleged Kirkland preyed on vulnerable, female special needs students by going through their student files and poring over their medical and family information, as well as their history of discipline, peer issues and bullying.