The 27-year-old teacher is being sued by the child's parents.
Sadly, sexual assault cases involving young students and their teachers have become all too common. One of the more recent cases involves school teacher Brittany Zamora who, police say, sexually assaulted a 13-year-old boy at Arizona's Las Brisas Academy Elementary School last year. The unnamed boy was interviewed by police where he detailed the disturbing, sexually-charged conversations and interactions he had with the 27-year-old teacher.
"She said she wanted to give me a blow job and my stuff is really big and stuff like that," he told investigatiors before going on to describe "stuff" as "penis." According to the boy, Zamora hugged and kissed him in private while everyone was in a parent-teacher meeting and the two later touched each other in the back of their classroom while other students were occupied with watching videos. The boy also said he would wander by Zamora's desk and pretend to drop things and would "touch his stuff."
For weeks the boy would pass her notes, telling her that he loved her while also describing the sexual things he would do to her. He would sometimes stay at his grandparent's house where he would sneak out, meet Zamora in her car, and engage in sexual activity. The teacher prohibited him from telling anyone about their illegal encounters, but the young teen told a friend.
The situation continued for weeks. When he would stay at his grandparents' house, he would sneak out to meet her in her car where they reportedly performed oral sex on one another. Zamora told him not to tell anyone what they had been up to, but he later told a friend who, in turn, would act as a lookout while the pair had sex in the classroom. "They were just doing it," the friend explained. "It was very uncomfortable. It's, like, weird how a 27-year-old can, like, love a 13-year-old and do stuff. It's just crazy. She's not a good person."
The friend said that while Zamora never attempted to have sex with him, she did ask him personal questions about his genitalia. Rumors began to circulate throughout the school and the boy's parents claim in a lawsuit that the principal was alerted by at least three students. The parents were never told about the accusations made by their son's classmates. An investigation has revealed text messages between the teacher and the boy that further incriminate her. "I want you too baby so bad!" Zamora messaged him. "Whenever we can you know I'm down."
Zamora is charged with molesting a child an sexual conduct with a minor. She has pleaded not guilty. The boy's parents are seeking $2.5. million in damages against Zamora, her husband, and the school district.