North Carolina High School Coach Apologizes For Confrontation

A Winston-Salem high school coach has apologized, after a 15-year-old student recorded the coach and another official in a profanity-laced confrontation over text messages that the coach sent to a 16-year-old female student, according to the Winston-Salem Journal.

The paper reports, Mike Muse, a coach at East Forsyth High School, has apologized to the male student and his parents. He also said he has been disciplined, although officials wouldn't say what action was taken.

The recording, which took place January 19, was made after the student, Dillon Tschenko, confronted Muse over text messages that the coach sent to a female student. Muse says that the sent texts were about her grades.

Also in the recording, Kernersville Police Officer James Deeney can be heard warning the the teen, that a student who previously accused a teacher of sexual misconduct earlier in the school year couldn't return to school because other students would beat him up.

Tschrnko's parents released the recording because they said the school system appeared to be taking no action.


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