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Arizona Teacher Arrested After Parents Find Racy Texts To 13-Year-Old: 'I Want You Every Day With No Time Limit'
"If I could quit my job and (redacted) you all day long I would," the the Las Brisas Academy Elementary School teacher wrote.
It started innocently enough, with a teacher texting a student group chat, but it turned flirtatious with one student in particular.
Brittany Zamora, 27, a sixth grade teacher at the Las Brisas Academy Elementary School in Goodyear, Arizona and the boy, 13, started sending each other explicit messages, according to the Arizona Republic.
Zamora was arrested and charged with eight counts of sexual conduct with a minor, two counts of child molestation and one count of transmitting obscene material. She was arrested on March 22.
According to court records, Zamora had sex with the student three times and performed oral sex on him in her car and in the classroom. The alleged affair lasted from Feb. 1 through March 8.
She sent him naked pictures of herself in lingerie, and also naked. The boy sent naked pictures back.
The boy's parents found the messages because of an app that monitors keywords, according to Fox 6 News in Milwaukee.
The text messages, shown in court records, detail the exchanges between teacher and student.
In one text, the boy told Zamora her he wanted to have sex with her again.
"I know baby! I want you every day with no time limit," she said.
She also texted him, "If I could quit my job and (redacted) you all day long I would," court records show.
A second student told police he saw the two of them having sex and that he also got naked pics from Zamora.
Zamora's husband found out about the affair and pleaded with the boy's father not to go to the police. He suggested they "meet up" and "settle this" because his wife made a big mistake and loved the kids, according to Fox News 10 in Phoenix.
In her first court appearance, Zamora's bond was set at $250,000. She told the judge "I would love to go home to my husband."
[Photo: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office]