A high school nurse in Iowa was placed on administrative leave after having consensual sex with a 16-year-old student – and received a Snapchat video of the boy masturbating, according to police.
Angela Dee Beik, 46, was placed on leave in March from Linn-Mar High School in Marion after she told two nurses at St. Luke’s Hospital in Cedar Rapids – where she also worked at the time – that she had sex with a student, the Des Moines Register reports.
Beik, who had not been criminally charged as of Tuesday, told the nurses she had a “make out session” with the teen in October before he sent her a Snapchat video of him masturbating in March, according to an application for a search warrant obtained by the newspaper.
One of the nurses, who were mandatory reporters, told police that Beik even detailed her romp with the male student, recalling how long the sexual encounter lasted, authorities said. The teen also told Beik in the Snapchat video that his mom had left and that he was “ready,” police wrote in the search warrant application.
Cedar Rapids police spokesman Greg Buelow said the alleged sexual contact occurred on March 18. Authorities were notified a day later, he said.
“The interviews are considered a part of the police officer’s investigative report and they are not a public record,” Buelow wrote The Post in an email. “We have an active investigation … She has not been criminally charged as of this morning.”
Beik, who could not be reached for comment Tuesday, has no criminal history in Iowa, according to court records. She had been a full-time employee for Linn-Mar Community Schools since August 2016 and was placed on leave on March 20, a school district spokesman told the Des Moines Register.
The male student, meanwhile, has denied having a sexual relationship with Beik, according to the search warrant. His phone was seized by a police investigator, but no history of calls or texts were found on the device, indicating they were possibly deleted, an officer wrote in the warrant.
Sarah Corizzo, a spokeswoman for St. Luke’s Hospital, said Beik was an “as-needed” employee who was placed on administrative leave after the allegations surfaced.
“St. Luke’s Hospital is committed to ensuring a safe environment for patients and employees, and we are cooperating with the investigation,” Corizzo wrote in an email to The Post. “Hospital administrators and staff are fully cooperating with investigators.”