Stepinac H.S. rocked by rape allegations against former teacher Amanda Iles

The boy's parents allegedly learned of the incidents through cellphone video of their son’s visits. (11/6/13)

WHITE PLAINS - A former religion teacher at an all-boys Catholic school in White Plains has been accused of raping a 14-year-old boy.

Amanda Iles, who once taught at Stepinac High School, allegedly had sex with the Yonkers boy between June and July of this year. Investigators say she and the teen had several encounters at her home in Eastchester.

The boy's parents allegedly learned of the incidents through cellphone video of their son’s visits. Iles tutored him twice a week after school.

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Iles was employed by the school for only a year before resigning and moving to California. News 12 has learned that the student is no longer enrolled at the school.

School officials released a statement, saying they "are deeply concerned with matters involving the well-being of our students, who are our top priority."

Iles has been released on $25,000 bail. She is due back in court in December.
 

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