Court documents reveal new details in sex crimes case against Douglass teacher

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OKLAHOMA CITY - A Douglass High School teacher accused of sending an explicit video of herself to a student is in more trouble.

Court documents lay out more allegations against 51-year-old Victoria Dacalio.

NewsChannel 4 stopped by her southeast Oklahoma City home Friday afternoon, but she refused to talk with us.

Dacalio was arrested Tuesday after police say she sent a video of herself naked and masturbating to an 18-year-old male student.

Court documents claim  the video was two minutes and ten seconds long.

Police say text messages between the student and Dacalio indicate she meant to send the video to her husband, but this wasn’t the first time this happened.

The student said Dacalio also sent him a photo of her masturbating in January.

A neighbor who didn’t want to be identified said he was disgusted when he learned of Dacalio’s arrest.

“It’s a black eye first off to the community, but for someone to be doing that? Why? Why do you do that?” he said.

When police started looking into what Dacalio was doing outside of school, students told them she provided pot, even marijuana-laced brownies and alcohol to them at her home.

Court documents show at least three current Douglass students were identified as being at the parties along with approximately 20 other students from Del City.

While Dacalio is staying tight-lipped, people in her community are not, and they want to see this teacher back in jail.

“She’s crossed the line, and she probably should get prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,” her neighbor said.

Dacalio was named Teacher of the Year just four years ago.

She remains on paid leave from Oklahoma City Public Schools.

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