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Deer Creek teacher who sent nudes to student also likes anime cosplay…

It seems like you can’t go a week in Oklahoma without some story dropping about a sicko teacher, cop, church pastor, or politician being caught doing something inappropriate or stupid with a minor. 

In fact, the stories are so common nowadays that I only bother covering them when there’s a weird, unique or clickable angle to them. You know, like when a Moore middle school coach who is the son of the mayor of Altus is caught using Snapchat to drunkenly hit on an 8th grader…

I think we can all admit it would be embarrassing for our drunk texts to be released to the public, especially if we sent them to an 8th-grade girl. Soreyyyyy!

Another recent example of a teacher gone bad is Sarah Hull-DeGroat – a 23-year-old Deer Creek teacher who was recently caught sending nudes to a student via Google Docs.

Thanks to the Ogle Mole Network, we've learned she is also a regular reviewer of anime cosplay costumes on Amazon. 

In May of 2022, about five months before she started engaging in communication with a 15-year-old that authorities described as “sexual in nature,” she shared photos and a review of a Nezoku costume that literally left her screaming…

I like how she clarifies the costume is "Light enough for hotter days." I bet that was helpful for the buyers who wanted to seduce a minor during the summer.

She was also happy and psyched about this Skyfire costume. I don’t know who or what Skyfire is, but I bet teenage boys love it!

Sarah only gave 4-stars to this Kamado Tanjirou costume. It didn’t come with leg covers and was a bit big for her, but she was still thrilled to have it…

She also liked this demon slayer Kochou Shinobu thing. She claims she would even wear it on a normal day like a cardigan.

At this point, you may be wondering why I’m bringing up this disgraced teacher’s Amazon anime cosplay costume reviews, and their relevance to her being charged with “facilitating sexual conduct with a minor.” 

Here are three reasons why:

1) Local anime conventions may want to put her on a watch list.

2) It serves as a friendly reminder to never post Amazon reviews under your real name.

3) It’s not as weird and disturbing as the poetry she published on her Instagram page. 

Listen, I’m not a lawyer with flecks of honey in my eyes, but I’d advise people who may be sending nudes and sexts to a teenager via Google Docs to not post artwork on social media that may A) allude to that relationship and B) confess that you’re “caught in a web of pleasantries and torturous things.”

At that point, you’re probably just better off reviewing your anime costumes on Amazon. 

Anyway, I guess if you run across the Amazon cosplay costume reviews of any disgraced teachers, cops, church ministers, or lawmakers who had to leave their job after getting caught having a relationship with a teenager, shoot us an email. 

Stay with The Lost Ogle. We’ll keep you advised.

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