16-year-old marries her coach, family speaks out...

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22-06-2007 10:41:28

here you go...


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BRUNSWICK COUNTY -- The mother of a Brunswick County 16-year-old who married her High School Coach is speaking out.

Betty Hager says she tried to stop the relationship between her daughter and a 40-year-old teacher at South Brunswick High School, including contacting local law enforcement and the school. (View the full interview here)

Hager has a paper trail documenting all the conversations she's had with different agencies in Brunswick County. She says it somehow wasn't enough, to stop her daughter, Windy, from marrying a teacher more than twice her age.

"Police, Sheriff's office, the principal, the Sheriff's department, friends, family," Hager said. "Nobody could reach her and he would not stay away from my child."

It's been a long and frustrating road for the Hagers. It all started the summer after Windy's freshman year, when she was just 14 years old. That's when Windy joined the track team, and her coach took a special interest in her.

"She's always been fiercely protective of family and friends," Hager said. "Once she met him her large circle of people she protected went smaller and smaller. Anyone that tried to keep her from the one person that was her focus was the enemy."

Fast forward two years. Windy's parents say the time, and their protest had done little to stop the love affair between their daughter and Brenton Scott Wuchae.

"The more we tried to save her," Betty Hager said. "The more we became the enemy and there becomes a time when you have to say, I can't save you from yourself."

On Monday, they finally gave in, signing a document allowing Windy to marry Wuchae. He resigned from his position with the school system on the same day as the wedding.

"We love our baby. We never wanted this for her. She could have had anything she wanted. the world was her oyster. She was capable of anything. she gave it all up," Hager said.

School officials say they were aware of the relationship, but could not prove that anything inappropriate was going on.

In a statement released to the press after a closed door meeting with the school board today, Superintendent Katie McGee said, "I am shocked and disheartened by what transpired."

Windy's parents say their daughter moved out yesterday after the wedding. They say they're still hopeful she'll return.[/quote2dfde373f7]


22-06-2007 11:08:10



22-06-2007 11:25:57

Windy ?


22-06-2007 11:28:16

[quote8daab2be61="zdub08"]Windy ?[/quote8daab2be61]



22-06-2007 12:11:11

Her parents obviously suck..

They didn't have to sign the paper. They should've made her wait 2 years..she's frickin 16. Ew.


22-06-2007 12:21:07

I though age did not matter in love 8)



22-06-2007 12:23:16

[quote07975accf6="gmario"]I though age did not matter in love 8)


Gmario likes em young lol lol


22-06-2007 12:57:35

16 is the new 18



22-06-2007 13:09:04

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr............ evil

And when a 17 year-old has oral sex with a 15 year-old he gets 10 years behind bars...wtf.


22-06-2007 14:24:15

They'll be divorced in 5 years or less. The parents might have saved the future relationship.


22-06-2007 16:50:27

[quotef35b920220="jadem"]Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr............ evil

And when a 17 year-old has oral sex with a 15 year-old he gets 10 years behind bars...wtf.[/quotef35b920220]

I dind't follow up on the story but that whole thing that went on was rediculous. There was no reason for that to even come up in the first place.

Now this 40 year old with a girl that is 14!! That man should have been fired from his coaching job and arrested. And for the partents to give up when she turned 16 and let her get married.

The system is fucked up!


22-06-2007 16:52:15

[quote19807f8d3a="cubbieco"]They'll be divorced in 5 years or less. The parents might have saved the future relationship.[/quote19807f8d3a]

5 years, lol

Try probably 1 year or less.


22-06-2007 17:13:48

really creepy man..

thats like his grandaughtere... what a messed up world we're in..


22-06-2007 17:16:52

[quote9652345cd0="puppeteer"]really creepy man..

[b9652345cd0]thats like his grandaughtere[/b9652345cd0]... what a messed up world we're in..[/quote9652345cd0]
no, not at all


22-06-2007 23:04:06

they look alike.. which makes it all the more believable they are father-daughter when at the grocery store.. until of course he grabs her ass and puts one on her lips.. that will creep the customers out.


23-06-2007 00:53:00

That's a sad situation. I couldn't be her father and stay cool about this


24-06-2007 00:35:37

I don't see why the parents signed off on this. They didn't have to and they don't approve so why? Just ground her sorry ass for a couple of years and then she can decide.

(yes, I'm aware grounding a teenager doesn't do shit)[/size81e870fc69] ?

Bryan R

24-06-2007 07:04:47

This just SO WRONG on so many levels x I can not believe nobody could do nothing about this. I have a 4 year old daughter and could never imagine that I would be in this situation. This society is going down into the gutter.

Bryan R


24-06-2007 07:11:01

what happened to parents saying NO? Completely ridiculous, the parents have no right to complain.

You say society is going down the gutter but it wasn't too long ago where it was commonplace for things like this to happen. It still happens often in certain areas.

I find it sick and twisted...but society is definitely not going down any gutter we haven't already been in. I mean, would it be sick if she were 18 and he were 42? Would it be less sick? The age difference would be the same.

I don't know. Are schools not ever going to be safe of pervs? Seems like a haven for them


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24-06-2007 08:11:05