|Published:||Aug 12, 2010 4:40 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Aug 12, 2010 12:32 AM EDT|
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Friends of Steve Olive say he was a respected instructor at Edison Sailing Center in Fort Myers for more than two decades. That's why everyone was shocked to hear some of the racy sexual language he used in a 10 page letter to a young teen.
Olive gives the girl sex advice. He writes," Ok, you've gotten to second base. Are you ready to steal third? This is where things can really start to heat up."
But other parts of the letter are even more sexually explicit. Some are so extreme WINK can't share them on television.
"I think its disgusting a man would talk to a 14 year old like this. Telling her all the things young boys do to manipulate her and he's doing the very same thing," said Fort Myers resident Catherine Smith.
Olive then tells the teen about orgasms, and even says she can masturbate and she should. It's all about sex and according to prosecutors, all inappropriate.
One parent says she's not surprised. Seeing the letter for herself makes her even more aware her daughter is always at risk.
"Stuff like this goes on every day. I've been a victim of it myself, and it's not fun. She's going to be the one that's hurt in the long run. not just mentally but physically," said Amanda Justice.
WINK went to Olive's house to talk to him about the letter. He didn't answer his door. His attorney says he's not talking until he enters a plea.
If Olive enters a guilty plea next week in court, charges could be dropped to a misdemeanor.
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