May 24, 2022

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Student Sex: Alternative teacher jailed for 15 months

An alternative teacher who was banned from having sex with a student who was provoked has been sentenced to 15 months in prison.

Read more: Sherbrook alternative teacher arrested for sexual harassment

Arielle Leclerc-Fortin met the victim at the school where she worked. The young woman, then 22, taught him twice. During the second meeting, the teen asked her for a Snapshot ID so they could communicate together.

They continued their exchanges on this social network. It was the teacher who took the initiative to “do something”.

Inability to consent

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“Considering the circumstances of the power, she was aware of the consequences of having sex with him,” the Crown attorney briefed the file on Monday.And Lala Belgrass-Gardin before the defendant was sentenced to 15 months in prison in Sherbrook court.

The unidentified boy was 16 or 17 years old. The forbidden relationship will be short-lived. The teacher and the teenager had two sexual encounters, the victim’s first.

Moreover, the accused admitted that he had noticed from the very beginning of their nonsense that the youth were “not very comfortable”.

But the latter, for his part, insisted to investigators: he did not see himself as a victim.

“Despite his legal disability, he agreed,” Crown’s attorney said. He realized he could not back down yet. ⁇

Magical thinking

If MMe Despite Lecklerk-Ford’s position of power, she submitted to her wishes because she had the “magical idea that she would not be caught.”

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The ban on the relationship triggered a particular sexual urge for her, we learned in court.

After he was arrested, the accused immediately confessed his crime to the police. Her cooperation also contributed to the fact that she was able to benefit from a much smoother sentence. The accused would have expressed sympathy for the victim and shown better introspection.

“What a mistake! But according to the report [présentenciel]It is obvious that we will never see you again, and I have no concern for you, “said Judge Daniel Cote.

Arielle Leclerc-Fortin must respect a two-year probationary period and not carry out the work of authorizing persons under 16 years of age.