Former Louisiana teacher held on child rape charges with her sheriff's deputy husband is sued for 'serving students cupcakes tainted with bodily fluids'

A former Louisiana sheriff's deputy and his teacher wife who are facing a slew of charges, including child rape, producing child pornography and sexual abuse of an animal, are being sued for allegedly serving school children cupcakes tainted with bodily fluids. 
For the fourth time since November 2019, a civil complaint has been filed against Dennis Perkins, 44, and his wife, Cynthia Perkins, 35, accusing the pair of feeding baked goods containing the man's semen to the woman's class at Westside Junior High School on two separate occasions in 2018 and 2019.
The latest lawsuit, which was filed this week in Livingston Parish, also claims Cynthia showed a female student sexually explicit images.
Cynthia Perkins
Dennis Perkins
A lawsuit has been filed against Cynthia Perkins and her husband, Dennis, accusing the pair of serving cupcakes tainted with bodily fluids to Cynthia's junior high students 
The lawsuit also claims Cynthia, a former teacher from Louisiana, showed X-rated images to a female student and took her photos and video
The lawsuit also claims Cynthia, a former teacher from Louisiana, showed X-rated images to a female student and took her photos and video 
All four civil lawsuits brought against the Perkinses since last fall stem from criminal counts of mingling harmful substances, as The Advocate first reported.
One of the complaints alleges that the father of a student who ate the contaminated cupcakes has fallen into a debilitating depression over the incident and has not been able to find gainful employment.
Another lawsuit claims that a student and a parent have been afflicted by mental health and behavioral problems, and have not been able to sleep since the cupcakes incident.
In the most recent lawsuit filed on Monday, a student's parents allege that Cynthia showed the girl inappropriate images, and that she also photographed and videotaped the minor.
All four lawsuits, which have been filed separately, accuse the Livingston Parish school board of negligence.
Dennis, a former sheriff's deputy, was arrested along with his wife in October 2019 on a slew of charges, including child rape, child pornography and others
Dennis, a former sheriff's deputy, was arrested along with his wife in October 2019 on a slew of charges, including child rape, child pornography and others 
The school board's attorney previously stated that the district denies any wrongdoing and considers the allegations libelous and defamatory. 
The couple were arrested back in October when authorities found a photo of the pair naked with a minor after receiving a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Dennis, who was fired from the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office following his arrest, was indicted on 78 felony counts. 
His wife, who resigned from junior high school teaching job the day she was arrested, was hit with 72 felony counts in the indictment.
They are charged with producing child porn, rape, attempted rape, sexual battery, obscenity and video voyeurism. 
The former sheriff's deputy is also charged with sexually abusing an animal.
The couple are accused of putting harmful substances in food or drink with the intention of harming someone.
At the time of their arrests, parents at the school where Cynthia worked said they were told she may have allegedly brought in baked goods that contained bodily fluids.
Authorities allegedly told parents at the time that they were trying to determine if, or how many, students may have eaten the baked goods.
Dennis had worked with the sheriff's office since 2002 and was head of the SWAT team when he was arrested.
The couple are accused of putting harmful substances in food or drink with the intention of harming someone
The couple are accused of putting harmful substances in food or drink with the intention of harming someone
Police said he threw his cell phone off a bridge just before he was arrested in an alleged attempt to destroy evidence.
Following his arrest, his boss Sheriff Jason Ard issued a statement saying: 'It is a sad day for us, for all law enforcement officers, when you arrest one of your own.
'I do not condone these alleged acts. I am disappointed. I have always considered Denny a friend and a family member.'
Cynthia had taught English language arts at Westside Junior High School since 2016.
Prior to that, she worked at North Live Oak Elementary and Live Oak Middle School for four years.
Cynthia and Dennis Perkins remain jailed without bond. As of Friday, no trial date has been set for them.
Former Louisiana teacher held on child rape charges with her sheriff's deputy husband is sued for 'serving students cupcakes tainted with bodily fluids' Former Louisiana teacher held on child rape charges with her sheriff's deputy husband is sued for 'serving students cupcakes tainted with bodily fluids' Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 00:09 Rating: 5

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