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Sunday, January 1, 2012

Teacher student sing strip

Teacher student sing strip
Teacher student sing strip. A former Tacoma Community College music instructor will be in court next month to answer charges that he convinced one of his voice students she could reach lower octaves if she took off her clothes or did sex acts while singing.Kevin Gausepohl, 37, is charged in Tacoma Municipal Court with seven counts of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes and one count of obstructing a law enforcement officer. The charges are misdemeanors.Gausepohl allegedly told a Gig Harbor High School student he was conducting a study on how sexual arousal affects vocal ranges. The girl, 17 at the time, was attending the college as part of the Running Start program.She complied with some of his requests to strip naked or touch herself during private voice lessons at the college, court records show. Other students told investigators Gausepohl approached them about being part of the study, court records show. They declined.Gausepohl resigned in October after college administrators launched an internal investigation into his conduct.The investigation, conducted by a private agency, concluded Gausepohl “more likely than not” violated college policies on sexual harassment and discrimination.In statements to investigators and in his resignation letter, Gausepohl said he did nothing wrong.“…

 I do not admit any guilt or liability in the matters currently under investigation,” Gausepohl wrote in his Oct. 14 letter. “In fact, I vehemently deny all of the allegations that have been made against me.”He said he chose to resign rather than fight the allegations because his wife was ill and he needed to devote his energy to her.Gausepohl told outside investigators hired by the college that he was interested in how sexual arousal affects vocal range but had yet to get to the “human participant level,” according to a report produced by the agency.The New Tribune obtained a copy of the report from the college through a public-records request.“Gausepohl explained that those he approached, he did so not necessarily as potential participants, but rather to see if there is an interest in this matter,” the report states.On the advice of his attorney,
Gausepohl declined to answer direct questions from the outside investigators about his alleged interactions with the high school student.A colleague of Gausepohl’s interviewed by the investigators said he told the girl about his interest in sexual arousal and vocal range and also what “muscles are involved in the female anatomy to properly breathe and support the entire body,” the report states.She said she used some of the breathing suggestions and saw positive results.The woman told investigators she has known Gausepohl for eight years, and “he always focused on the education and mentorship of his students …,” the report states.“She has nothing but the highest respect for him and hopes he comes back very soon,” it states.

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