Married music teacher is accused of having sex with one of his students & # 39; after being exposed by his own WIFE & # 39;
- Music teacher who reportedly had sex with a student is charged with 16 violations
- The costs include sexual penetration of a child under his care and supervision
- Daniel James Zampatti stands for committal entry at the Magongates Court in Geelong
- Education registration stripped after wife discovered about alleged relationship
A former music teacher who reportedly had sex with a teenage student was only exposed after his wife discovered the relationship.
Daniel James Zampatti, 38, worked at Geelong Christian College when he reportedly started a relationship with the girl.
It is understood that 16 criminal prosecutions were initiated following a complaint from the alleged victim and a investigation by the Geelong investigation into sexual crimes and child abuse.
Former head of music technology Daniel Zampatti is charged with 16 offenses
& # 39; A 38-year-old Geelong West man was accused of one count of sexual penetration of a child under his care, supervision or authority and countless counts of indecent act with child under his care, supervision or authority & # 39 ;, said a spokesperson for the Victoria police. told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; He will face Geelong's court on October 4. & # 39;
Zampatti was head of music technology at Geelong Christian College when he was fired from school after his wife discovered that he was allegedly inappropriately associated with a female student, then 17 years old, in 2016.
The former teacher, 38, will face Geelong Magistrates Court on October 4
Zampatti was later stripped of his education registration in 2017 when a Victorian Institute of Education found him & # 39; unsuitable for teaching & # 39; and his behavior was labeled as & # 39; reprehensible at every level & # 39 ;.
He describes himself as a freelance musician on his LinkedIn bio, who does not mention his previous teaching experience.
Geelong Christian College declined to comment on the issue.
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