Monica Young’s ex-fiancé vows to be by her side as she admits cheating on him with a 14-year-old teenager

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A geography teacher who admitted having sex with her 14-year-old student after denying the charges for nine months separated from her supportive fiancé before pleading guilty.

Monica Elizabeth Young, 24, faced Downing Center court on Monday – without her engagement ring or the support of her fiancé – and admitted to having aggravated sexual intercourse with the boy in Homebush in June and July 2020.

Daily Mail Australia may reveal that the couple divorced in early 2021, despite initially having a united front when Young was arrested at her home in southwest Sydney on July 10, 2020.

At the time, her fiancé Moey said that Young would ‘never do anything like this’.

Even after hearing that she had been admitted and cheating on him with the student, Moey told Daily Mail Australia he would continue to support her from afar.

“I’m fine,” he said of the split. “I will still stay with her regardless of the outcome.

Monica Elizabeth Young has been divorced from her fiancé (pictured together) after initially supporting her through legal proceedings

Monica Elizabeth Young has been divorced from her fiancé (pictured together) after initially supporting her through legal proceedings

Monica Elizabeth Young, 24, faced Downing Center court on Monday - without her engagement ring or her fiancé's support

Monica Elizabeth Young, 24, faced Downing Center court on Monday - without her engagement ring or her fiancé's support

Monica Elizabeth Young, 24, faced Downing Center court on Monday – without her engagement ring or her fiancé’s support

Young was also pictured without her engagement ring in February, in support of a friend's claim that they have been `` separated for months. ''

Young was also pictured without her engagement ring in February, in support of a friend's claim that they have been `` separated for months. ''

Young was also pictured without her engagement ring in February, in support of a friend’s claim that they have been “ separated for months. ”

“I’ll always be next to her.”

In her last two appearances at the Downing Center District Court, Young went without her engagement ring and her partner was nowhere to be seen.

Moey has since confirmed they broke up before Young made a guilty plea on Tuesday.

A source close to her ex-fiancé said that they broke up “ a few months ago ” and that he was “ really upset about it, but he didn’t want to show it to the public. ”

The friend said Moey’s parents likely intervened and convinced him to end the relationship, after allegedly outraged by their son being put in the spotlight.

Upon her arrest, a member of his community said, “Moey is a good boy with a supportive family.

Daily Mail Australia may reveal that the couple divorced in early 2021, despite initially having a united front when Young was arrested at her home in southwest Sydney on July 10, 2020.

Despite their split, Moey told Daily Mail Australia he will always support Young ‘regardless of the outcome’

“However, this news would come as a shock to them … to hear this kind of news would devastate the family as our community tends to be foul-mouthed.”

Moey said earlier that his mother’s opinion of a potential wife is the “most important thing” to him.

“Dear future wife … If you don’t kiss my mother’s feet, you are not welcome in my life,” he said.

Young and her ex-fiancé were childhood sweethearts and were to be married before she was arrested on 12 charges related to entering into a sexual relationship with a child.

She maintained her innocence until last week, when her legal counsel approached the prosecutor and said she would be willing to plead guilty to three of the charges.

It’s not clear whether her confession of guilt – and cheating on her partner – led to the divorce.

Monica Elizabeth Young (pictured) wore an all-black ensemble when she appeared at Downing Center District Court on Monday

Monica Elizabeth Young (pictured) wore an all-black ensemble when she appeared at Downing Center District Court on Monday

Monica Elizabeth Young (pictured) wore an all-black ensemble when she appeared at Downing Center District Court on Monday

Monica Elizabeth Young (pictured) enters Downing Center District Court for the first day of a two-day hearing ahead of her September trial

Monica Elizabeth Young (pictured) enters Downing Center District Court for the first day of a two-day hearing ahead of her September trial

Monica Elizabeth Young (pictured) enters Downing Center District Court for the first day of a two-day hearing ahead of her September trial

Her victim and another teenage boy were scheduled to pre-register their evidence Tuesday and Wednesday ahead of her five-day trial beginning Sept. 21.

On Tuesday morning, the prosecution director indicted Young on three charges of aggravated sexual intercourse with a child, which meant that her victim no longer had to testify.

Her attorney, former top prosecutor Margaret Cunneen SC, told the court that Young was “ very keen to avoid a situation where [the victim] had to endure another weekend of anxiety to have to do this [give evidence]’.

“My instruction from Mrs. Young is to put him out of his misery as soon as possible,” she said.

Young stood before Judge Kate Traill on Tuesday and meekly pleaded guilty to having sex with her teenage student on three separate occasions at Homebush in western Sydney between June 21 and July 3.

She was supported by an older female companion when she came to court on Monday, but Young's fiancé, who had once vowed to assist her, was not in attendance.  She was also not wearing her engagement ring

She was supported by an older female companion when she came to court on Monday, but Young's fiancé, who had once vowed to assist her, was not in attendance.  She was also not wearing her engagement ring

She was supported by an older female companion when she came to court on Monday, but Young’s fiancé, who had once vowed to assist her, was not in attendance. She was also not wearing her engagement ring

A police statement of facts previously filed in court said Young drove her student to a western park in Sydney, studied him, and had sex in her car.

Investigators have obtained camera footage allegedly showing Young’s car at the park, according to court material.

The aggravated element of each of the charges stems from the fact that the boy was under her authority and that Young was in a position of trust at the time of the insult.

She will undergo a psychiatric assessment before being sentenced in June.

“We’ve lined up medical personnel and are hoping for some treatment regimens before the inevitable,” Ms. Cunneen told the court.

Judge Traill did not change Young’s bail terms following her guilty plea, and there was no suggestion that she would be immediately taken into custody.

Monica Elizabeth Young, 23, faced Downing Center court on Monday, admitting she had aggravated sexual intercourse with the boy in Homebush in June and July 2020.

Monica Elizabeth Young, 23, faced Downing Center court on Monday, admitting she had aggravated sexual intercourse with the boy in Homebush in June and July 2020.

Monica Elizabeth Young, 23, faced Downing Center court on Monday, admitting she had aggravated sexual intercourse with the boy in Homebush in June and July 2020.

The maximum sentence for any count of aggravated sexual intercourse with a child under 16 is 12 years in prison.

Prosecutor Alexander Terracini told the court he would argue that custody is “the only option” for Young if convicted on June 24.

Currently living with family, Young has to comply with the police on a daily basis a strict curfew from 8:00 pm to 8:00 am and she is only allowed to leave the house when accompanied by her parents or grandmother.

Young looked unrecognizable as she entered the Downing Center, flanked by Mrs. Cunneen, lawyer Gazi Abbas, and a female companion.

Her long blonde hair was cut to a blunt, medium-length bob, and she was a darker brown.

Pictured: Monica Young in court in February

Pictured: Monica Young in court in February

Pictured: Monica Young in court in February

Pictured: Monica Young in court in February

Young was last photographed in February when she was due to appear in court – with longer, lighter hair and a face mask due to Covid restrictions

Monica Elizabeth Young (right) was joined by a female companion for support on Monday

Monica Elizabeth Young (right) was joined by a female companion for support on Monday

Monica Elizabeth Young (right) was joined by a female companion for support on Monday

Young had only just started her teaching career when the crimes occurred between June 24 and July 6 last year

Young had only just started her teaching career when the crimes occurred between June 24 and July 6 last year

Young had only just started her teaching career when the crimes occurred between June 24 and July 6 last year

Young had only just started her teaching career when the crimes occurred between June 24 and July 6 last year.

Young spent a month in custody last year before being released under strict bail conditions.

She had maintained her innocence and filed an official plea not guilty until last week, when her counsel claimed to have contacted prosecutors who wanted to plead guilty to some of the charges.

Prosecutor Alexander Terracini has provided the court with documents relating to three other offenses that will be taken into account in the conviction.

They will not result in a conviction.

Young no longer works as a teacher. She will be sentenced on June 24.

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