Rhian Desouza, 43, photographed today at Swansea Crown Court, has escaped from prison after admitting to having made sexual images of children.
An elementary school teacher who admitted to making sexual images of children has avoided jail but has banned teaching for life.
Rhian Desouza, 43, received a two-year community order at Swansea Crown Court after pleading guilty to the offense in August.
The court heard that the teacher had received the images of the victim, a teenager, through Snapchat and that the police retrieved them using specialized software.
As part of the order, you must complete 25 days of rehabilitation and perform 200 hours of unpaid work.
You must also sign the sex offender registry for five years.
According to Wales Online, a statement from the teen victim's mother said her family had gone through the "darkest and most horrendous" time in recent months.
The statement said: "Our world has come down and sometimes it has been difficult to look beyond tomorrow." As a family, we have been asked why he has taken advantage of her emotionally. "
The mother added that her daughter had "lost an incredible amount of weight" and that she had low self-esteem.
Desouza's attorneys said she was a dedicated teacher & # 39; that he had lost his profession and his source of income.
They added that she had pleaded guilty at the first opportunity because she was "mortified" to know that receiving the messages, which were sent by consensus, was illegal.
Desouza was suspended from her role as principal of Gellionnen Elementary School in Clydach, Swansea, after her arrest.
As previously reported, the Swansea Council said that judicial proceedings "do not relate to any student, past or present, in any school that DeSouza has taught in &.
Desouza, pictured, was suspended from Gellionnen elementary school in Clydach, Swansea, after her arrest
She was director of the Gellionnen elementary school, in the photo, for five years
The parents of his school, and another neighboring school where he had been deputy director, were described as "stunned and disgusted" by the charges.
She was suspended in July before the end of the quarter with the parents believing she was on sick leave.
One mother said: "We even sent flowers to her on school graduation day because we all thought she was sick.
"It's disgusting to think what has been going on, nobody had any idea."
Some parents at the school have been sent letters indicating that the police investigation is not directly related to any children in the school.
But parents of children on school holidays are outraged that the authorities took weeks to inform them of the reasons why they were away.
The teacher, pictured in court, received 200 hours of unpaid work and was ordered to sign the sex offender registry for five years.
The married mother-of-two has also been described as a "pillar of the community".
Her husband Mike has worked as a digital photographer and owns a media company called Skaface Ltd, he is an enthusiastic broker and Desouza is involved in a local choir.
He has worked in TV and film as production accounts.
On social media, list your credits as Mamma Mia! Here we go again and the mummy.
Desouza, from Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, has been the director of the Welsh-speaking school, formally known as Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Gellionnen, for more than five years.
It has 187 full-time students between 3 and 11 years old, including a day care center.