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Second Gwinnett school employee being investigated in sex assault case


A second Parkview High School employee is under investigation in connection with a sexual assault case, Gwinnett County Public Schools confirmed.

A school clerk is being investigated by the school’s human resources department in connection with the sexual assault case involving Michael Henderson, who was a math teacher and assistant football coach at Parkview.

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Henderson, a wide receiver for the Georgia Bulldogs from 2004 to 2007, was charged with sexual assault last week after resigning from his job at Parkview. 

Police say Henderson had a two-and-a-half year sexual relationship with a female student in one of his classes. Henderson and the student had oral sex on campus multiple times, a warrant says.

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The clerk resigned last week. Henderson resigned Friday, shortly before he was booked into the Gwinnett County jail.

The AJC is not naming the clerk because she has not been charged with a crime as of Tuesday afternoon.

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