• Elementary teacher, ex-Orlando Magic player accused of exposing himself to co-worker, police say

    By: Samantha Manning


    SANFORD, Fla. - A Sanford elementary school P.E. teacher and former Orlando Magic shooting guard has been accused of exposing himself to another teacher twice, police said.

    Anthony Bowie was placed on paid administrative leave when the allegations came to light.

    The victim reported the alleged incidents to the Sanford Police Department, but later declined to press charges.

    Bowie played for the Orlando Magic from 1991 to 1996 and has been teaching P.E. at Goldsboro Elementary School for the past seven years.

    According to the Sanford police report, Bowie, 54, is accused of exposing himself to the teacher in her classroom on two separate occasions on Oct. 31.

    No students or other school employees were present during the alleged incidents, the report said.

    Bowie will remain on paid administrative leave while the school investigates the allegations.

    No other complaints have been made against Bowie since he started working for Goldsboro Elementary in 2010, school officials said.

    During the 6 p.m. newscast on Friday, December 1, 2017 we reported on allegations against former Orlando Magic Player Anthony Bowie.

    During that report we broadcast a photograph from Goldsboro Elementary School's website and showed a man who is not Anthony Bowie.

    Channel 9 values the trust our viewers have in us and regrets the error.

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