Arizona teacher gets 20 years for sexual abuse

Teacher Brittany Zamora sentenced to 20 years in prison for sexual abuse of 13-year-old student

Teacher Brittany Zamora sentenced to 20 years in prison for sexual abuse of 13-year-old student

She was accused of having sex with the 13-year-old multiple times in a classroom, and, on one occasion, in front of another student while he served as a lookout.

Zamora will spend the rest of her life on probation and must also register as a sex offender.

Zamora was caught when the victim's parents noticed he was acting odd, leading them to install an app on his phone called Sentry Parental Control, which monitors messaging apps for "suspicious content or behavior".

A screenshot showing messages between the student and teacher, and a photo of the sixth grade classroom where they had sex.

A former Arizona teacher who pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old boy has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.

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'I am a good and genuine person who made a mistake and regret it deeply, ' Zamora told the court in Maricopa County before sentencing, according to the media outlet. "I lived my life respecting and trying to obey every law". She has been in jail since first being arrested for the crime and will be credited with the time served. "I'm not a threat to society".

She will be nearly 50-years-old when she's sprung.

The parents' attorney claimed that most of the alleged sexual misconduct between Zamora and the student took place after the school became informed of the conduct.

A victim impact statement was read by the boy's mother. "She's a true definition of a child predator".

On another occasion, she had sex with him in her vehicle outside his grandparent's house while her hubby was away fishing. She told the judge that her actions were out of character and said she'd like to attend counseling.

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