TUCSON - A teacher's aide at a Tucson high school has been arrested for allegedly having sexual contact with male students.
Tucson police announced Wednesday that 22-year-old Clarice Lee was booked into the Pima County Jail on suspicion of four counts of sexual misconduct with a minor. They say she has been employed at Amphitheater High School since last August.
During the lunch period on Jan. 18, authorities say Lee allegedly engaged in sexual activity with two 18-year-old students and one 16-year-old student.
The activity allegedly took place in the presence of the three other students and one of them reportedly filmed the incident on a cell phone.
Police learned of the incident Tuesday and that led to an investigation.
They didn't immediately know Wednesday if Lee has an attorney.
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