EXCLUSIVE: Teacher, 29, caught having sex with a male student, 16, who was experienced in making love, sells activity week to earn a living after being excluded from work
- Female teacher, 29, had repeated sex with school student, 16, was told a court
- But Sarah Guazzo was acquitted of three counts of the & # 39; purchase & # 39; of students for sex
- Guazzo is forbidden to teach because she has lost her official registration
- She has undergone a drastic career change and is active in retail sales activities
Sarah Guazzo (in blue), 29, was acquitted of three charges for acquiring a child for carnal knowledge
A female teacher and school fitness coach now sells activewear for a living after a court heard that she had repeatedly had sex with a 16-year-old male student.
Sarah Joy Guazzo, 29, was found not guilty of three charges of buying & # 39; of a child for sex at a high school in Townsville, northern Queensland.
But Daily Mail Australia can reveal that Mrs. Guazzo is nevertheless banned from teaching and is now working in retail for a sportswear chain.
A judge from the Queensland District Court was told that mrs. Guazzo met the boy during a bomb fraud in March 2016 and broached a flirty relationship.
The jury was told that she gave the boy alcohol and had sex with him at remote locations in Townsville – after claiming she had marital problems.
According to a ABC In connection with the proceedings, the court heard that Guazzo first met the boy during a bomb attack and asked him & have you ever thought of sex with a teacher? & # 39;
Guazzo sent a text message that the court heard to the 16-year-old student
Guazzo's employer declined to comment on the lawsuit, but said she was taking leave this week
The couple then started texting & # 39; Prosecutors argued to the jury that Guazzo had seduced the schoolboy & # 39; in the relationship.
You may have the impression that he was not a virgin – a fairly experienced practitioner in the art of making love
Dominique Orr van de Kroon reportedly told the court that the boy was an & # 39; easy catch & # 39; was for Guazzo in her search for sexual satisfaction.
& # 39; She told (the student) how she and her husband hadn't slept together for a while – she said he didn't give it to her, & # 39; said Mrs. Orr.
But lawyer-journalist Stephen Zillman allegedly told the jury that she considered the boy & # 39; like a piece of meat & # 39; was treated that he claimed had not used.
& # 39; You may have the impression that he was not a virgin – a fairly experienced practitioner in the art of making love, & # 39; said Mr. Zillman.
The boy was in agreement at the time and it was not a problem during the trial, with the court's argument that the student had a & # 39; willing & # 39; participant.
The jury reportedly only took 15 minutes to clear Mrs. Guazzo from three charges of buying a young person for carnal knowledge.
The teacher and student had their first sexual encounter in Crystal Creek (photo), the court heard
WHICH LEVY WAS SARAH GUAZZO ATTRACTED?
Mrs. Guazzo was acquitted of three things to buy a child for carnal knowledge.
The Queensland Criminal Code states that the charge is defined as: & # 39; A person who buys a person who is not an adult or a person with a mental disability to engage in carnal knowledge (in Queensland or elsewhere) commits a crime. & # 39;
Deanne Fishburn, director of the Queensland College of Teaching, told Daily Mail Australia The registration of Mrs. Guazzo was suspended on October 12, 2016.
& # 39; A teacher may not teach at a school in Queensland if his registration is suspended & # 39 ;, Fishburn said on Thursday.
& # 39; Her registration remained suspended until she was removed from the register. & # 39;
The State Education Department has confirmed that Mrs. Guazzo is no longer an employee, with a spokesperson claiming the & # 39; high ethical standards & # 39; maintains.
Meanwhile, an employee at Ms. Guazzo's current workplace said she was taking & # 39; off this week & # 39; and declined to comment further.
Mrs. Guazzo broke her social media accounts in the aftermath of the lawsuit.
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