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Police said the 13-year-old boy told them that Loofborough showed him images of her breasts and genitalia.
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The Tempe Elementary School District sent a letter to parents the day after her arrest that said she had “no criminal history” and was able to pass a background check, according to the .
“At the time she was hired, she had no criminal history reported based on the District’s fingerprint and record check with the Arizona Department of Public Safety and her background check by the District revealed no adverse findings,” the district wrote in the letter.