Former Seminole County teacher fights allegation of inappropriately touching student

Former Seminole County teacher fights allegation of inappropriately touching student

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — A former Seminole County teacher has been fighting allegations surrounding his resignation for about two years, Channel 9 learned.

Brett Mulock was forced to resign from Winter Springs High School after one of his students accused him of inappropriately touching her. But Eyewitness News found out that it wasn't the only alleged incident.

In 2010, the school district gave Mulock a letter of reprimand for allegedly making sexually suggestive comments to students. A second similar letter was sent to him in 2012.

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Less than a year later, a student accused him of touching her shoulder and waist after she told him not to. Mulock resigned the following year.

"Two or three warnings -- to me, a person that already has that mentality is not going to change," Seminole County parent Dallas Hierro said.

Records show that Mulock still has his teaching certificate, but he's not currently working as a teacher. State officials recently filed an administrative complaint in order to revoke or suspend his certificate. Mulock wants a judge to hear the case.

"Let the judge make the decision and take it from there, but that teacher should not be back," Hierro said.

Police said they investigated the report of inappropriate touching, but the 16-year-old's mother decided not to prosecute.