Melvin Bell, 49, had worked for Cy-Fair ISD for seven years. Students say most, if not all, of those years were spent at Cypress Woods High School. The alleged victim says he was often overly friendly with students but with her she says, he definitely went too far.
For three years, Cypress Woods High School has been a safe place for this high school senior. Two weeks ago, that all changed.
"I can't trust anyone on campus, whether that be a friend or a teacher," she said.
We are not identifying the 18-year-old because of the nature of the allegation. She also asked that we disguise her voice. She says she was sitting in her car two Fridays ago when the longtime school security guard hopped in.
She quickly became uncomfortable.
"And the things he was saying are not something a man his age should say to an 18-year-old," the teen said.
She says he kept on and while she told him to leave; she also didn't want to be disrespectful because of his position.
"To an 18-year-old, that's a police officer," she said.
But when he finally got out, it got worse. She says he walked to her window and groped her.
"I asked him to stop, many times. I moved his hands away. There were many times where I even hit his hands away from me," she said.
Bell has been charged. He quickly slammed the door when we confronted him on Friday afternoon.
Cy-Fair ISD says Bell quit before they could fire him.
"The man who was supposed to protect me from things like this did this to me," the teen said.
The teen now wants other girls to know it's OK to come forward.
"I don't want any other girl to have to go through this. I want anyone who has gone through this, I want them to get justice," she said.
Court documents state Bell admitted to having an inappropriate relationship with the teen but denied touching her.
His next court date is March 14.
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