Alexander Latorre taught science at Gulf Middle School. But according to police reports, he wasn’t just teaching the students, he was doing acid with them.
Back in 2019, he was involved in a crash just outside of the gatehouse at Pelican Sound Golf and River Club.
When the security guard that was in the gatehouse approached him, he apparently demanded oral sex from her.
Shortly after that, police showed up and it turned into a DUI investigation. The police asked him when was the last time he has eaten. He said, “It’s been a while.” When they asked what he has eaten last, he said, “Besides the LSD…”
After he was arrested he admitted to being an 8th-grade teacher and that he got and did the LSD with his students. He was fired from the Lee County School District on Oct. 22, 2019, just three days after his arrest.
And finally, after two long years, the last nail in the coffin has been hammered in. The State Department of Education permanently revoked his educator’s certificate for “accepting LSD and/or accepting LSD from a middle school student … illegally operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs and approaching a security guard and demanding she perform oral sex.”