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Lifetime Movie 'Guilty At 17' Premieres Sunday Night, Stars Erin Sanders, Chloe Rose, Alex Paxton-Beesley, Michael Woods, Zack Peladeau and Catherine Dent

Lifetime movie Guilty At 17 premieres on July 20 at 7 p.m. ET.
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Lifetime Original Movie Guilty At 17 premieres on Sunday, July 20 at 7 p.m. ET/PT. The film stars Erin Sanders, Catherine Dent, Alex Paxton-Beesley, Michael Woods, Rod Stewart, Kevin Bundy, Jefferson Brown, Chloe Rose, Zach Peladeau and Vanessa Morgan.

When 17-year-old Traci (Sanders) is lured into claiming she saw her high school teacher, Mr. Adams, sexually harass another student, Devon (Rose), she believes she's doing the right thing. According to Devon, whenever they are alone Mr. Adams has been sexually inappropriate. When the scandal breaks and Adams is fired, Traci is horrified to find out that, two days later, the distraught man has committed suicide. On top of it, Traci's father (Woods) suffers a heart attack and she is still dealing with the loss of her track scholarship after tearing her knee.

Incredibly distraught, Traci opens up to June (Alex Paxton-Beesley), a new substitute teacher at the school that she has started to befriend. She doesn't know that June is actually Adams' daughter who got a job at the school so she could find out what really happened between her father and Devon.

Seeing Traci is about to cave, June presses the girl to tell her the truth. Fearing she may soon be exposed, Devon and her boyfriend Jay (Zack Peladeau) decide to take matters in their own hands to prevent Traci's confession…

Watch a sneak peek video below:


ammie lake said…
I liked This movie it shows that one person will lie and get "the new person" to lie for them today's world is a scary place. A teacher can't even say goodbye morning or smile at a student without the chance of being accused of sexual harassment or touching a student. People lie to get their way. I know a priest who was accused of this. He is a Jesuit and like most Jesuit priest he had the "package" remove he can pee yet nothing else. The person whom lied was expelled from Israel and sent back here in the states she's serving 27 years for perjury and I am happy she was caught. The grand jury was given a letter from the priest medical records and it proved she lied. Plus the D.A. had the medical records and still tried to get him indicted. That backfired and he's lost his job and was disbarred

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