Sex offer caught on tape
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- A founder of a Houston area Christian school is caught red handed soliciting sex from a parent so her daughter could enroll for free.
We first aired the graphic tape Wednesday night. It was recorded by a mom who said she was heartbroken at the indecent proposal.
The woman getting into a pickup truck knows 13 Undercover is watching. She's a parent who wants to expose the man behind the wheel.
We already know whose driving. It's LaVern Jordan who is the founder of a local Christian school.
"I was meeting with him so y'all to expose him to the world and to those parents sending their kids up there," the mother told us.
Because days earlier, she says Jordan had offered to waive his school's enrollment fee in exchange for sex. It all happened in a graphic conversation that unfortunately for Mr. Jordan was recorded for us all to hear.
Jordan: "Excuse me and I don't mean to be so blunt but I am talking about f------ you."
Mother: "You talking about what?"
Jordan: "F------ you."
Jordan: "For the $300 I would expect maybe we could get together several times, you think?"
Mother: "Several times, whatcha mean several times?"
Jordan: "Well I don't know, you might like whatcha getting."
Now imagine this foul mouth belongs to the guy who has been described as the spiritual backbone of the Parkway Christian School in Spring. And before this day is over, Mr. Jordan will have another rendezvous with me.
Dolcefino: "I'm Wayne Dolcefino with Channel 13. What were you doing there at the La Quinta."
Jordan: "I wasn't doing anything at the La Quinta sir."
Dolcefino: "Were you there?"
Jordan: "I was there."
Dolcefino: "What were you doing there?"
Jordan: "I was just driving around. Why?"
Because we were watching from beginning to end as Jordan's rendezvous begins in a gas station parking lot.
Our mother gives Jordan her daughter's transcript. At Parkway they offer high school kids credit, even for classes they failed in public school.
Jordan: "I can give her credit for any of those in the 60s. You follow me?"
Because they're sitting side by side, you won't see Jordan's face, but we can see it clearly from our surveillance car. He's got more than education on his mind, again.
Jordan: "I probably need to apologize to you for making you think you have to pay for something by selling your body. And I don't want to make you feel like...you understand? I think that's wrong."
Jordan: "It smacks of prostitution and I know you are not a prostitute."
But Jordan is still game for a little afternoon action.
Jordan: "I know a place where we can go and I could...you know, it wouldn't take long for me to actually just play with you for a while, you know, without getting a room or what."
Jordan's idea of a romantic getaway spot -- a shopping center parking lot.
Jordan: "I'd sure like to see whatcha got."
Mother: "I'm not going to do it in no parking lot."
Jordan: "Not if I turn....like there's nothing in that truck right there."
At our mother's suggestion, they head instead to a motel, but Jordan clearly doesn't want to get a room.
Jordan: "You talking about around back or what?"
When our mother offers to get the room, Jordan now says all he really wanted to do was play around a little. Not go all the way, because the Bible said it was a sin.
Jordan: "Honestly, if I were just totally in my flesh, I would be in that room on you in a hurry."
Dolcefino: "Have you ever solicited sex in exchange for waiving fees to your school?"
Jordan: "Absolutely not."
And Jordan was in a hurry to leave when his next parking lot rendezvous was with me.
Dolcefino: "You think that's the Christian thing to do?"
Jordan: "No. Thanks Wayne."
Dolcefino: "Then why'd you do it?"
You've now heard the tapes. Friday night at 10pm, meet the woman who made them.
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