FRANKFORT, Ind. - A father is speaking out after he said school administrators have not apologized about an inappropriate relationship between a teacher and his daughter.
Thomas Weeks was a teacher and basketball coach at Frankfort Senior High School until he was arrested in May. Weeks faces a charge of child seduction and is accused of having a relationship with a 17-year-old student.
The student’s father -- only identified as Dustin to protect her identity -- has questions for the man he said took advantage of his daughter.
"I would love to know what made this man choose my daughter, what was her weakness?" Dustin said. "Was it easy for him to get what he wanted and deny everything that was ever done?"
Dustin said Weeks carried on a secret relationship with the high school junior for at least a year.
"It wasn't rape, he made her fall in love with him to get what he wanted and that's sick," Dustin said.
Dustin believes Weeks preyed on his daughter.
"It doesn't matter -- coach, teacher, all that aside, the man honestly doesn't have morals or values or whatever to stoop that low," Dustin said.
Dustin said he kept tabs on his honor roll student and often checked her phone and whereabouts. He said the pair used social media to carry on romantic conversations.
"He said these things to get my daughter, now I'm asking him again to do the right thing and give her back," Dustin said.
The family said they have not decided if they will send their daughter back to Frankfort Senior High School in August.
GOT MILK? What drivers drink in Victory Circle
Here's what this year's drivers have requested for their sweet, sweet victory nectar.
TRAFFIC: Plan your 500 Festival Parade route
If you're heading to the 500 Festival Parade on Saturday afternoon -- or if you're going somewhere else and trying to avoid traffic…
INDY 500: Glampers live in luxury's lap at IMS
Droves of race fans made their way to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway infield in the dark early Friday to begin a weekend…
HUGE: 8 things that can fit inside IMS
How big is Indianapolis Motor Speedway? It's huge.
Police release new video of fatal hit-and-run
Police are still looking for the driver of an SUV that left the scene of a fatal motorcycle crash earlier this month.