The Female Teacher-Male Student Caught Having Sex Thread

Greyman

Sparrow
God Damn woman...

You live in a shit hole....typical.

Retread to say but...WTF is with young decent to hot chicks these days with absolutely horrendous looking rooms. Just broke up with my hot little 23 yr old and just to get her to a marginal level of cleanliness was probably one of the reasons, among admittedly many others, that the constant tutorials on BASIC life skills made me into a exasperated mentor/authoritarian more than a lover... given the amount of wrath I had to call down.

For the love of...decline hurry up! I'm getting too old to wait for the second coming of femininity.

Signed:
Black Pilled and wishing I could let go and let GOD pill into my mindset...
 
That case about Jennifer Fichter makes me so sad. 22 years behind bars for sex with three 17 year olds.
17 years is the max minimum age of sexual consent i could find ! So she gets 22 years for power relationships? Is it even illegal?
 

AneroidOcean

Hummingbird
Gold Member
33 year old with a 13 year old:

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When detectives first told former Tenaya Middle School teacher Justine Karen Nelson that she was being accused of giving one of her students oral sex, she was shocked and broke out in tears.

She worried about her job, her marriage, and her child. Nelson, a popular teacher, denied ever touching a student, let alone committing a sex act on him.

“That’s seriously disgusting,” she told police during a taped interview that was played in court Tuesday.

Nelson, 33, is on trial for an incident that allegedly took place in 2016 inside her classroom. She is charged with felony lewd or lascivious acts with a minor and oral copulation.

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Fresno police sex crimes detectives Sylvia Martinez and Derek Avila interviewed Nelson at her school in 2016. Portions of a two hour recorded interview were played for the jury.

Detectives told Nelson she was being questioned because a former student accused her of giving him oral sex several times while he was a student at Tenaya. Police said they were also looking into whether she sent semi-nude photos to two former students.

Detectives asked Nelson point blank if the rumors were true. Reacting with disbelief, she said: “Are you kidding me? No, never, my God, never, ever.”

But as detectives continued questioning her, and also challenging her truthfulness, her answers began tell a different story.

She admitted to giving the student oral sex two to three times, but only after he coerced her. At first, she said he forced her to do it, but she later clarified that he manipulated her.

The student, who testified last week, said he did not coerce or manipulate her. During his testimony, he admitted to having a relationship with Nelson.

During the police interview, Nelson told detectives the student threatened to spread rumors about her if she did not consent.

She agreed to do it, but only out of fear, she said. She also admitted to sending him and another former student semi-nude photos of herself.

Nelson, who had aspirations of being an administrator, began to cry in court as she listened to the interview.

As detectives wrapped up their interview with her, she was escorted from the campus into a unmarked police car to be transported to the Fresno County Jail.

But what Nelson didn’t realize is that detectives were not done gathering information. As they talked in the car, their conversation was being secretly recorded. Nelson began to speak more casually about her fear of going to jail, being a felon and her unhappy home life.

Avila told Nelson that she deserved better.

Nelson said she probably didn’t.

“Look at me, I’m hooking up with a 14-year-old,” she said in the recording. Prosecutors have said the teen was 13 when the incidents happened.

Nelson also sounded relieved that her relationship with the student was finally exposed.

“I knew this day was coming,” she said. “I was literally praying, give me consequences or let it go.”

Nelson, who is being defended by Roger Nuttall, is expected to testify Thursday or Friday. The trial continues Wednesday in Judge Kristi Culver Kapetan’s court room.
 

SlickyBoy

Ostrich
Benjamin88 said:
That case about Jennifer Fichter makes me so sad. 22 years behind bars for sex with three 17 year olds.
17 years is the max minimum age of sexual consent i could find ! So she gets 22 years for power relationships? Is it even illegal?

Yeah, it is illegal. Even if the age of consent was 17, teachers and others in positions of power aren't allowed to go around boinking their charges, especially not in the homes of the kid's parents.

Have to remember these women have at least ten years experience manipulating men by the time some teenage dude with his first hard on shows up looking for some snatch. The power dynamic is exponentially stacked against the kid. She deserves more than whatever she gets.
 

Brother Abdul Majeed

Kingfisher
Gold Member
SlickyBoy said:
Benjamin88 said:
That case about Jennifer Fichter makes me so sad. 22 years behind bars for sex with three 17 year olds.
17 years is the max minimum age of sexual consent i could find ! So she gets 22 years for power relationships? Is it even illegal?

Yeah, it is illegal. Even if the age of consent was 17, teachers and others in positions of power aren't allowed to go around boinking their charges, especially not in the homes of the kid's parents.

Have to remember these women have at least ten years experience manipulating men by the time some teenage dude with his first hard on shows up looking for some snatch. The power dynamic is exponentially stacked against the kid. She deserves more than whatever she gets.

Not only that, there have been legitimate cases where the impact on the boy's life has been very negative.

Besides, in this day and age of equality, shouldn't women receive equal sentences for diddling with kids?
 

SlickyBoy

Ostrich
They should, but even a female prosecutor will admit that society does not hold women accountable to the same degree as men. They always worry about juries coming back in cases like this with either not guilty or hung juries resulting in a mistrial.

There's been at least a couple of times where the minor child seduced by a female teacher has wound up paying child support to the kid she decided to have from their illicit relationship. Fucked up as can be, but this is the clown world we're living in now.
 
Not a teacher, a sheriff's deputy:

California deputy arrested for allegedly having sex with 16-year-old boy

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FOLSOM, Calif. -- A Sacramento County sheriff's deputy has been arrested for allegedly having sex with a 16-year-old boy.

Authorities say 44-year-old Shauna Bishop turned herself in to police in Folsom, California on Thursday. She was booked and later released.

An investigation began in May and authorities had obtained an arrest warrant. Bishop could face charges of child molestation and unlawful sex.

It's unclear whether she has an attorney.

Bishop is a five-year veteran of the Sheriff's Office. She's been on paid leave since the investigation began.

Authorities say Bishop didn't meet the teen through her work and the alleged sexual acts occurred while she was off-duty.
 

jeffreyjerpp

Kingfisher
SlickyBoy said:
Benjamin88 said:
That case about Jennifer Fichter makes me so sad. 22 years behind bars for sex with three 17 year olds.
17 years is the max minimum age of sexual consent i could find ! So she gets 22 years for power relationships? Is it even illegal?

Yeah, it is illegal. Even if the age of consent was 17, teachers and others in positions of power aren't allowed to go around boinking their charges, especially not in the homes of the kid's parents.

Have to remember these women have at least ten years experience manipulating men by the time some teenage dude with his first hard on shows up looking for some snatch. The power dynamic is exponentially stacked against the kid. She deserves more than whatever she gets.

This is ridiculous, and the 22 year prison sentence is also totally insane. You could literally kill someone and get significantly less jail time than that.

Why is it that people, even the discerning red pilled men on the RooshV forum, lose all sense of perspective when evaluating sex crime cases? Maybe it stirs up too many emotions?

A 22 year sentence would make sense if she molested children. Unless there is evidence to suggest she coerced these boys, it sounds like there was barely a crime.

Should she get fired, and be barred from teaching ever again? Definitely. Should she pay a fine, attend some sort of rehab program, and plead to a misdemeanor? These would also be reasonable consequences.

But getting a life ruining multi-decade prison sentence for sex that would basically be otherwise consensual? Hard to see the justice there. I would say the exact same thing, btw, if the genders were reversed. Kids under 16 are, imho, a very different story.
 
TIOT12 said:
27 year old female has sexual relationship with 13 year old boy.




Update: Teacher Brittany Zamora sentenced to 20 years for molesting student

Former Goodyear teacher Brittany Zamora has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, the lowest possible sentence allowed for her crime, after pleading guilty to molesting a 13-year-old student.

She will be on probation for the rest of her life and must register as a sex offender. She will get credit for the 478 days she's already served in prison.

"I am a good and genuine person who made a mistake and regret it deeply," Zamora said in a Maricopa County Superior Court hearing Friday morning. "I lived my life respecting and trying to obey every law. I'm not a threat to society."

She apologized to the victims, their families and her own family. She told Judge Sherry Stephens that her actions were out of character and said she'd like to attend counseling. She said she plans to earn a new degree in prison so she can embark on a new career when she's released.

But outside the courtroom, Zamora in a statement read by her attorney blamed the child she sexually abused, and painted herself as the victim.

"This was not between a young child and Brittany — this was a teenager," attorney Belen Olmeda Guerra said during a news conference following the hearing.


'She used her position ... to molest a child'

The sentencing marked the end of the sensational case of 28-year-old Zamora. The former Las Brisas Academy elementary teacher has drawn international attention since she was arrested more than a year ago for molesting one student and potentially grooming another.

The details were salacious. Police reports recounted how she had sex with the boy multiple times in her car and classroom — once with an 11-year-old male student in the room. The two even sexually touched each other while her sixth-grade class was in session and the other students obliviously watched a video, according to police reports.

The Zamora who sat before the judge was attentive, but appeared almost stone-faced during the emotional hearing. The front of her grown-out brown hair was weaved into a delicate braid. The ends were still the blonde shade she favored in her former life.

A few tears ran down her face while several poignant statements were made directly to her, and as her mother pleaded with the judge to give her daughter the shortest sentence possible.

Her face began to twist as the parents of the victims told her they hope she never gets to become a mother.

"Ms. Zamora lures these boys, earns their trust and then takes advantage of them purely to fill her own sexual desires," the mother of the boy Zamora asked to stand watch while she had sex with another student said in court. "She used her position of power to molest a child. She's a pedophile and no different than if a man were sitting in her place right now."

Maricopa County Prosecutor Lacey Fisher said Zamora only stopped because she was caught.

"If a (parent) hadn't discovered what was happening, there's little doubt there would have been more victims in the defendant's considerable wake," Fisher said.

Zamora pleaded guilty to sexual conduct with a minor, attempted molestation of a minor and public sexual indecency in June as part of a plea deal. She was previously charged with 15 felony counts, including eight counts of sexual misconduct with a minor and a slew of other charges.


Stephens considered a number of mitigating factors, including Zamora's lack of criminal history and the fact that screenings indicated she was unlikely to re-offend, before sentencing her to the minimum term.

She said aggravating circumstances included the fact that Zamora violated and abused her position of trust and tried to conceal the crimes.

"I find the circumstances of the offenses to be especially aggravating," Stephens said.

The maximum sentence would have been 44 years.

'Society should be protected from her'

Neither of the two victims were present in the courtroom Friday. An attorney for the boy who was molested read a statement from his mother.

"Before, he was an innocent child, and now she stole his innocence from him," the victim impact statement submitted to the court read. "I hate Brittany Zamora for what she did to my son and family. We should not suffer for someone else's sick pleasure, but we all are."

The parents of both boys had expressed concern that Zamora would get a lighter sentence because she is a young and attractive woman. The parents of the boy who was abused asked for the maximum sentence.


"Now you'll spend the rest of your youth and most of your adulthood in jail," the boy's father wrote in a statement his attorney read in court to Zamora. "My son will grow up, have a good life, get married and have children of his own. I will not allow you to interfere in my son's life further. Good triumphs over evil."

Zamora's 20-year sentence was what her attorneys and family asked for. Her attorney highlighted Zamora's lack of criminal record and a psycho-sexual evaluation that determined she had no sexual interest in children, but suffered from anxiety and depression.

Zamora's mother Darlene Irwin told the court she thought it was actually the media and the public who were the monsters in this case. She said media coverage made Zamora seem more predatory than she was.

"Please understand this is not a monster. This is a beautiful person with the kindest heart ever," Irwin said, mentioning that Zamora had been prom queen.

Zamora will likely be in her late 40s when she would be released from prison.

It's unlikely she could teach again. She already surrendered her teaching certificate. To get a new certificate in Arizona, she would have to submit to a criminal background check.

But, to the mother of the victim, that's not enough. She wrote that Zamora's plea deal was too lenient.

"She should never have children," she said. "She should never be close to children, even in her own family. ... As written, Brittany Zamora will not even be 50 when she leaves prison. I hold out few hopes that she will have truly reformed by then. I think she suffers from a mental sickness that will never go away. Society should be protected from her."

The mother wrote that her son has struggled in the year since Zamora's arrest. His life was uprooted and he changed schools in the months after. He's experienced difficulty sleeping and headaches in addition to wandering thoughts, depressed feelings and anxiety.

"I am emotionally devastated and sick at heart and devastated by worry," the mother wrote. "I fear and mourn for my son, whose childhood ended too soon."

The mother also requested Zamora be ordered to cover the cost of her son's counseling fees.

Zamora lawyer shifts blame to victim in press conference

Guerra held a news conference shortly after the sentencing. Zamora's mother and a family friend stood silently behind her.

She implied that the underage victim seduced Zamora and emphasized the fact that he was a technically a teenager.

However, the age of consent in Arizona is 17.

Guerra also accused Las Brisas Academy Principal Dickey of ignoring Zamora's requests to move the victim to another class because the victim had "boundary issues" and was "obsessed" with his teacher.

The teen persistently inquired about Zamora's identifying features, such as her birthmarks and moles, Guerra said. He also had multiple cell phones and social media accounts.

The family had Dickey's cell phone number because of their son's "many behavioral issues," according to Guerra.

Guerra said she learned this new information from Dickey during a defense interview. It's not clear why they accepted a plea deal if Zamora believed there was so much evidence in the case.

"I can truly say that I have been unfairly treated by the state of Arizona," Zamora said in her statement. "It is shocking to me how others are so quick to judge after hearing accusations and only one side of the story. I feel like I was used as a publicity act to gain attention that was often driven by money and motivation from several parties."

Guerra denied that she was blaming the 13-year-old and that she was calling a Zamora a victim when questioned about the accusations directly.

Russ Richelsoph, an attorney for the victim's father and step-mother, told The Arizona Republic they were shocked by the comments.

"To go into court and argue a client is remorseful during a sentencing hearing and to hold a press conference hours later blaming it on the victim indicates she's not truly remorseful," Richelsoph said.

"Her statement today just punctuates the fact that she has an attitude toward children that is dangerous and makes her a danger to society," he added.

From star teacher to felon

Zamora graduated from Arizona State University and took a teaching job at Littleton Elementary School in Avondale. She was awarded "Teacher of the Year" in 2016.

She was then recruited to teach at Las Brisas Academy by the principal, Timothy Dickey. He previously served as the assistant principal at Littleton Elementary.

Zamora was arrested in March 2018 and accused of having a sexual relationship with one of her sixth-grade students at Las Brisas Academy.

Zamora is also accused of sending naked pictures of herself to the student, and police records indicate she may have been attempting to groom other students for sex.


The family of the victim also filed a civil lawsuit against Zamora's husband, Daniel, and Liberty Elementary School District. The lawsuit alleges Dickey was aware of rumors for more than a month before the sexual abuse was revealed.

The lawsuit also accused Daniel Zamora of failing to alert authorities after he learned of the ongoing molestation. He recently settled for an undisclosed amount.

The lawsuit against Liberty Elementary School District is ongoing.


The family's lawsuit claims that three students in Zamora's class reported inappropriate behavior to Dickey in written statements in early February 2018. Dickey later interviewed the students and lectured them on the dangers of rumors without referring the matter to police or alerting the boy's parents.

20 years seems way too excessive to me, what do you guys think? Murderers can get sentenced for less time in some jurisdictions.

There was a female judge, so I don't think her Pussy Pass card could be used.
 

king bast

Woodpecker
I'm fine with 20 years. This little snippet:

Police reports recounted how she had sex with the boy multiple times in her car and classroom — once with an 11-year-old male student in the room. The two even sexually touched each other while her sixth-grade class was in session and the other students obliviously watched a video, according to police reports.

Tells me it was the "being bad" aspect of this that she got off on. She knew what she was doing was wrong, yet she persisted and escalated, now here come the consequences.
 
SeaFM said:
Fuck that broad. 13 is sick shit.

A man would have got more time in the same situation.

I don't think it's the same thing for boys and girls.

When I was 13 there was a teacher that all of the guys in my school wanted to bang. If any of us had ended up sleeping with her, we would have been cool with it. Nobody did, but I doubt any of us would have felt abused.

There was a 14 year old guy in my school who was banging an 18 year old from the same school - he was the one asked her out. Is that an issue?
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
It is if you don't want to live like savages where the rules only apply if whoever sits on the bench feels like the crime matters or not.

Imagine you had a son and his first sexual encounter was at 13 with a grown woman that wielded dramatically lop-sided power in the relationship. You think that wouldn't alter his neuro-chemisty for life?

What do you think his prospects would be for entering into a normal, balanced relationship in future?

Nah. I'm sure he walked into the classroom a boy and walked out 6 feet tall with a porn-stash and aviator shades on.
 

Oberrheiner

Pelican
Leonard D Neubache said:
Imagine you had a son and his first sexual encounter was at 13 with a grown woman that wielded dramatically lop-sided power in the relationship. You think that wouldn't alter his neuro-chemisty for life?

Macron turned out just fine .. ;)
 
Tbh, boys at young ages gave been doing things with older women throughout the ages. And last I remember, noble boys got favors from their servants, who were between the young and older age.

From a scientific standpoint, a young teen experiencing sex is not too far off the normal path. Boys grew up earlier in past centuries compared to now, where public schools coddle them until they're 18. Hell, by that age, I was very interested in girls and banging them would not have scarred me. The fact I used porn instead to sucuumb my desires prob screwed me more mentally than if I had a sex with an older woman.

The whole teen and adult dynamics of relationships is honestly a new development in our civilization. The ethics can be argued all day, but I always say that history and biology always holds the truth of things. We say that we're civilized, so we don't have to live like pedophilic savages anymore, and yet our men and women are more screwed up mentally than ever. They have desires and certain brain tics, but everyone is telling them to behave and be good little boys n girls so society can feel better about itself. But then wonder if it has screwed them in the long term.

I'm not calling for non consent forced sexual encounters, but young boys and young girls were not uncommon to become life partners at an early age. 13-14 was prime for this. I feel there is a strong lack of study on the natural instincts of humans to procreate and a lot of bogging down for politics sake. As long as we continue to use feelings to answer this age old problem, you're going to keep seeing stories like this.
 

Solitaire

Robin
There's a difference between 13yo adolescents hooking up/etc and a much older person, in a position of power, luring that 13yo into sexual encounters.

Not to mention, in this particular case, she's almost certainly got several mental health diagnoses. This was hardly a healthy relationship.
 
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