This 44-year-old lunch lady says sending her naked pics to an underage boy is a constitutional right
The Founding Fathers are shaking
by Katie Way
There's a lot of constitutional debate floating around the Discourse these days, from the right to bear arms to protests on college campuses.
But even in these uncertain times, one thing is for fucking sure: You do not have the constitutional right to sext an underage boy, especially not when you're a school employee, a fact that Krista Ann Muccio learned the hard way.
Fuck Da Constitution Yellow Ass Torn Ass Paper
— Sid (@sidsidtoosid) December 6, 2017
The 44-year-old lunch lady pled guilty to felony charges in Dakota County, Minnesota for exchanging nude photos with a 15-year-old boy over Instagram.
The exchange, which took place back in 2014, was discovered by the boy's father on the family iPad, which honestly sounds like such a fucking nightmare on all fronts. The Cloud will really get you.
— ✨Princesa✨ (@AyeeMami001) March 11, 2018
Muccio tried to argue that Minnesota state laws against sexting were unconstitutional, as they curbed her right to free speech, but since that's obviously bullshit, her argument did not convince courts in the slightest.
The former lunch lady has since been charged with one felony count of communication with a minor describing sexual conduct and one count of possessing pornographic work featuring minors. She's due to be sentenced on April 6.
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