Sixth-grade teacher Brittany Zamora is currently serving a 20-year sentence in Arizona for sexually abusing a 13-year-old student.
Zamora is accused of performing oral sex on the student, sending him inappropriate images as well as telling the young teen how she wanted him “every day with no time limit.”
The 28-year-old teacher was convicted of three felony charges of sexual conduct with a minor, molestation of a child as well as public sexual indecency.
Zamora could be hear apologizing for her actions during her sentencing and asked both the victim and his family for their forgiveness.
In her impact statement, the young student’s mother wrote how Zamora had stolen her son’s innocence.
Apparently the relationship between the two had begun on a school app through messaging.
At the time, Zamora had asked her students to message her on the school app, Class Craft, one day as she would be bored at school.
Sadly, one message from the male student quickly transitioned to flirting and then an illicit sexual relationship.
According to records obtained by The Arizona Republic, Zamora had sex with the student multiple times in her car and the classroom – once with another male student in the room.
During one online conversation, Zamora wrote, “I want you too baby so bad…I want you every day with no time limit.”
As the sexual relationship proceeded and things began to close in on the 28-year-old teacher, Zamora and her husband attempted to reach out to the student’s family to prevent her from getting into legal trouble.
The police report claimed how the student’s father got a phone call from Zamora and her husband “pleading with him not to contact police” which he refused.
In a statement, the Department of Corrections says Zamora had no disciplinary issues and “assisted the education staff in teaching the inmate students, in a group setting.”
“She was directly supervised while working at all times by educational instructors, and the classrooms are routinely checked and monitored by Security staff, COII’s and/or supervisors (Sergeants, Lieutenants, Captains, COIV’s),” the statement continues.