Brittany Zamora, a 27-year-old teacher at Las Brisas Academy Elementary School in Goodyear, Arizona was arrested for allegedly having a sexual relationship with one of her 13-year-old students. You did catch that she works at an elementary school, right? Apparently, today’s boys are much suaver than the boys I remember from elementary school. ProActive and Youtube have allowed our kids to grow up way too fast.
The teacher was held on eight counts of sexual conduct with a minor, two counts of child molestation and one count of transmitting obscene material. It has been reported that they had sex twice and she performed oral sex in her vehicle. Another student allegedly saw them having sex at one point.
The boy’s parents discovered the relationship that began in a classroom chat group after seeing sexually-charged texts using a parental control app. A text about homework is one thing, but these texts were about extracurricular school work.
Some of the texts went a little like this:
Boy: I want to have sex with you again.
Zamora: I know, baby. I want you every day with no time limit. If I could quit my job and [expletive] you all day long, I would.
I just can’t help seeing the irony of the boy’s mom is calling him “baby” because he’s 13 and has barely reached puberty while his teacher calls him “baby” because she finds a 13-year-old sexually attractive. You have to wonder how bad Zamora’s home life or self-confidence is to be sexually attracted to a boy.
It appears that it’s not too terrible. Her husband isn’t leaving her, although he does have a bit of a temper. Apparently, the husband contacted the boy’s father and asked him not to go to the police. When that didn’t work, he offered to settle things one-on-one. The boy’s father hung up on his crazy ass and went to police anyway.
Putting the texts, affair, and photos aside – yes, naked photos were also involved on both sides – Zomoa’s husband insists that his wife “loves the kids.” Ummm, we thought that was obvious. Zamora sent naked pictures of herself to another student, as well. She is due to appear in court on Thursday.
This type of thing happens so often now that people barely bat an eye. We hear a lot of, “If that were my child,” but it only goes to show how vigilant parents and schools need to be in today’s technology-based society. It also goes to show that our mental healthcare system is very much lacking. At least the school has said she no longer has a job there.