Police: Oviedo H.S. coach fired after admitting to sending naked photos to student



SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. - A man was fired from a coaching position at Oviedo High School after he admitted he sent naked pictures of himself to a student, according to investigators.

Jason Ciesla was Oviedo High School's color guard coach. But he was fired after he admitted to police he sent the racy photo.

Ciesla was fired two months after his brother was fired from the same high school for the same thing.

Police said they started investigating Ciesla after another student told the principal about the incident.

It was something neighbors said they never expected.

"Just makes me really sad. He's always been a nice person," said neighbor Joanne Wing.

But according to Oviedo police, 24-year-old Ciesla admitted to sending naked pictures of himself to at least one male student.

The reports show he had an off and on again relationship with a boy at the school and that he also invited boys over to his neighborhood pool.

"So when you hear he was sending naked pictures?" WFTV's Kenneth Craig asked.

"I find that hard to believe," said Wing.

Just two months ago, Ciesla's younger brother was caught doing the same thing at the same school.

Jacob Ciesla was a basketball teacher until he was fired for sending a naked photo and sexually charged messages to a female student.

When WFTV confronted him, he admitted to the whole thing.

"I wasn't. I just wasn't thinking," said Jacob Ciesla.

Jason Ciesla was fired, but wasn't arrested because the victim didn't want to prosecute.

WFTV went by Jason Ciesla's house on Wednesday night to get his side of the story, but no one answered the door.

According to Seminole County Public Schools Jason Ciesla was not employed by the school district. They said he was contracted by the school's band boosters to work with the color guard.

The school system told WFTV that he was registed with the school system as a Dividend, a volunteer program the school system runs, but that privilege  has been revoked and he has been notified that he is not longer welcomed at any Seminole County school.