A UK teacher was convicted of sexually abusing of a 15-year-old student, who was found to have sent him thousands of sexual messages.
Ellen Cadman-Smith24, sent the 15-year-old 3,000 text messages in just two months, including one in which he told him: “I think I’m falling in love.”
In conversations that Cadman-Smith, who has a one-year-old son, had with the teenager, he told him that “she wanted it so much” that she was going “crazy” and that she thought of him “non-stop”.
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On another occasion, the teacher wrote that she was “half naked” and added: “I can’t have you and you know why.”
It was the teenager’s mother who discovered the risqué messages. The teacher was saved among the contacts as “E”. According to the investigation, the teacher met the boy in her car and they even went several times to a fast food restaurant.
As indicated by the site LBCCadman-Smith suffer from “extreme anxiety” and other psychological problemswhich means that she was found not to be mentally fit to stand trialfor which reason it was subjected to an “issuance trial”, in which it is only analyzed whether the act occurred.
The court considered that Cadman-Smith had “sexual communication with a minor” for which Judge Susan Evans KC imposed a five-year sexual harm prevention order on him.
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In this way, it was determined that the teacher will not be able to use their social networks to contact children under 16 years of age. In addition, your electronic devices must always be available for inspection and you can’t clear your search history.
Similarly, Cadman-Smith will also be included in the Sex Offender Registry for five years and will be prohibited from working with kids.
The judge stated: “It is clear that there was sexual activity between them. She was in a position of responsibility. It was a breach of trust. She clearly knew that it was wrong for her to do what she was doing. It was a big mistake.”
The school worker refused to apologize when the newspaper The Sun he confronted her at her home in Sandown. Asked if she wanted to apologize, she looked at her fiancé Dean May, who was with her at the time, and told reporters: “There will never be an apology.