Connecticut school lunch lady, 31, is accused of sexually assaulting student, 14, after she texted him “Want to see something?” then bombard him with nudes
- Andie Paige Rosafort, 31, a former Connecticut lunch lady allegedly sent nude photos and videos to a teenage boy via Snapchat over a six-month period
- The alleged inappropriate behavior between Rosafort and a 14-year-old student came to light after the victim’s friend told a parent
- Rosafort had communicated with the victim via Instagram and Snapchat and reportedly sent nude photos and videos of herself
A Connecticut school lunch lady has been accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old student at her school.
Andie Paige Rosafort, a former lunch helper in New Fairfield, allegedly sent nude photos and videos to a teenage boy via Snapchat over a six-month period and also had sexual intercourse with him.
Rosafort, 31, is said to have sent her first nude photo to the boy by first asking him: “Do you want to see something?”
The New Fairfield Police Department began investigating the allegations after receiving information on January 17 that inappropriate behavior had taken place between Rosafort and the teen.
A friend of the victim told her parents, who then reported the suspected assault to the police.
Andie Paige Rosafort, 31, a former Connecticut high school lunch lady, allegedly sent nude photos and videos to a teenage boy via Snapchat over a six-month period
According to the affidavit, Rosafort had been communicating with the victim for six months through various social media platforms, including Instagram and Snapchat.
The victim at one point claimed to have received a message from Rosafort asking, “Do you want to see something?” before sending him a nude photo.
When the boy replied asking if she had accidentally sent the photo, Rosafort sent a second unsolicited nude selfie.
Among the sexts the woman also reportedly sent were videos of herself masturbating to him over the course of several months.
Rosafort would have asked the 14-year-old to send her nude photos of herself in return.
The victim also reported that Rosafort attended his sports games and sent him videos of him.
Police gathered evidence that the victim and Rosafort were in the same location when the alleged assaults took place.
Rosafort is said to have communicated with the victim via Instagram and Snapchat and reportedly sent unsolicited nude photos and videos of herself. Pictured: New Fairfield Middle School where Rosafort used to work
Investigators also say they found a shirtless photo of the victim on Rosafort’s phone.
According to the affidavit seen by WTNH the teen had been at a party and told his friends to leave because he needed to see his family.
His friends sensed something was off after he left in the middle of the event.
When he returned, his friends felt that the boy was behaving “strangely.” It was then that he revealed what happened between him and the dinner lady and that he had “left the party to have sex with a woman.”
Details from the warrant show how the victim had sexual intercourse in the vehicle, but that he “ended off the meeting because it started to make him feel weird.”
The boy told his parents two days later after feeling “really weird and guilty” about what had happened.
The affidavit also reveals how Rosafort often spoke to freshmen on social media.
Rosafort turned herself in last month and posted $100,000 bail. She was released on condition that she had no contact with minors other than her own children. She is also banned from social media.
When the allegations came to light, Rosafort resigned from her part-time job at the school, having previously been warned to watch her interactions with minors, according to News items. The school described it as “potentially inappropriate behavior.”
School district records reveal how she was warned in December not to text or contact students through social media.
Rosafort has been charged with several felonies, including second-degree sexual assault and using a computer to entice a minor into sexual activity, harm or risk of injury, or assaulting a minor’s morals, the prosecution said. Police.
She has pleaded not guilty to the charges at her next trial, scheduled for March 23.