Teacher pleads guilty to giving students marijuana brownies
COVINGTON – A former high school teacher pleaded guilty to giving brownies with marijuana in them to two of her students.
The former teacher, 31-year-old Camille Breaux Brennan, taught at Hannan High School.
Brennan admitted to giving brownies to two students in May 2015. One of the students reportedly became sick and told a family member that she ate brownies with marijuana in them that were given to her by her teacher.
According to the District Attorney's Office of Washington and St. Tammany parishes, Brennan is expected to receive a 10-year sentence, with 7 years suspended, WWL reports. Once she is released, she will be on probation for five years.
Brennan, who was suspended and later fired, will be sentenced on Jan. 5.
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