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Substitute Teacher Who Allegedly Lost Virginity To 15-Year-Old Student Charged
Hannah Parisa Siboyeh, 24, allegedly told police she made "one mistake after another" but loved the boy "with all of her heart."
A former substitute middle school teacher in Texas admitted losing her virginity to a 15-year-old student, who she loved “with all of her heart,” police say.
Hannah Parisa Siboyeh, 24, was arrested Friday and charged with child sex assault and improper relationship between an educator and student, according to the Dallas Morning News. She posted bond and was released.
Siboyeh was back in court Monday, when a judge set the conditions of her release. Siboyeh was ordered to stay away from the boy, his family and any child care facility, school or home where the boy is, the Houston Chronicle reports.
When confronted by police, Siboyeh confessed to having stumbled into a sexual relationship with the boy, admitting she made "one mistake after another,” according to the Chronicle, citing the probable cause affidavit for Siboyeh’s arrest.
Still, she loved the boy “with all of her heart,” she allegedly told police.
Siboyeh worked at the Labay Middle School since January 2013, according to her Linkedin profile. School officials confirmed in a news release that she worked at the school as a substitute teacher in January 2014 and later as a paraprofessional.
The affair was uncovered after another student told school officials and police he saw the boy and Siboyeh in bed at the boy’s home, after hearing “weird noises” coming from the bedroom, according to the arrest affidavit.
The two also took photos of themselves together that were shared on Snapchat, the court filing says.
Siboyeh and the boy acted like boyfriend and girlfriend, according to the boy's sister, who told police she knew that the relationship between the two was sexual, according to the affidavit.
After Monday’s court hearing, Siboyeh broke down in tears outside the courthouse, according to ABC 13 Eyewitness News, the local ABC affiliate in Houston. "She's very emotional. She's very upset,” her attorney, Robert Pelton, said.
“Anytime anybody is accused of crime, they're very emotional. If they're not emotional, something is wrong with them."
[Photo: Harris County Sheriff’s Dept.]