And in their chats, Gruenfeld talked about keeping Phills in a cage while Saloner "relished seeing him in an orange jumpsuit in prison," notes .Gruenfeld apparently feared for her safety, placed a restraining order on Phills (a former Harvard wrestler) in 2013 and retaining primary custody of their two daughters in an ongoing divorce.Phills says he could have let it go until he came to believe that the dean, Garth Saloner, was trying to drive Phills out of Stanford.Things got messier when Phills began monitoring electronic chit-chat between the love birds, including allegedly salacious exchanges and advice from Saloner on how she could battle her husband.Hundreds of Houston-area parents are outraged over a new sex education program that teaches 12-year-old children about oral, anal and vaginal sex – and uses graphic curriculum to instruct students on how to use condoms.“We don’t need the school district showing the kids how to put on condoms,” said parent Christine Kalmbach.“This is very alarming.”Kalmbach’s son is a seventh grader in the Cy-Fair Independent School District.The 17-year-old boy is now charged with lewd or lascivious battery. "Having this thing go viral would have been horrendous, because what we are doing.
She was one of many parents who attended a school board meeting this week to voice her concerns about the graphic sex classes.
James Phills and Deborah Gruenfeld were professors there three years ago, locked in an estranged marriage, when Phills learned she was dating the school's dean.
Now Phills has sued Saloner and Stanford for an unspecified amount, Saloner and Stanford have countersued, Phills has been fired, and Saloner (who called Phills a "sociopath" and a "dick") has quit his post as dean of perhaps the nation's top business school.
Complicating matters is the fact that Phills—whose lawsuit includes accusations of racial discrimination—is black, while Saloner and Gruenfeld are white.
Deputies say a 17-year-old boy had sex with a 15-year-old girl, reportedly on tables behind some book shelves. Most of the references on Twitter are too profane to publish, but one post reads, "this guy will remain a legend at Fivay forever." One of the main concerns was the fear the video would end up going viral.Thy say the act was videotaped by a 15-year-old boy and shared via Bluetooth transmission with a female student. That's why the school district worked with the Pasco Sheriff's Office to let parents know and send out a message from Fivay's principal.