Connecticut Lunch Lady Allegedly Sexually Abused Boy, 14, After Sending Him Unsolicited Nudes, Videos: Cops
A former cafeteria worker in Connecticut allegedly had sex with a 14-year-old student after sending him nude photos and videos for months and asking him to send her sexually explicit videos, officials said.
According to authorities, Andie Rosafort, 31, worked in the school cafeteria at New Fairfield Middle School and started communicating with the teenage victim when he was in the eighth grade. She then allegedly assaulted him while he was in the ninth grade, Fox News reported.
In 2022, Rosafort started exchanging messages on social media with the boy, but there was nothing sexual about the messages until September 2022, when she allegedly messaged him, “You wanna see something?” and sent an explicit photo, authorities said.
Court documents claim the exchange was the first sexually explicit photo she sent the teen, but alleged Rosafort was known to “always talk to the freshman boys.”
After receiving the image, the child asked Rosafort if she sent it to him by mistake, but she allegedly responded by sending him another photo, Fox News stated.
Officials said she routinely asked the boy to send her sexual videos in exchange for the images. This continued for months, until on Jan. 13, the victim unexpectedly left a friend’s party and “behaved oddly” once he got back, police said.
An investigation was opened three days later and determined Rosafort allegedly sexually assaulted the teenager in her SUV, police said. She later asked him if his friends knew where he was, court records show.
Police obtained Rosafort’s phone and recovered eight sexually explicit videos from the device. They also used records from a social media account linked to Rosafort, where they found photos and videos consistent with what the boy described, officials said.
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Rosafort was arrested in February and charged with second-degree sexual assault, enticing a minor by computer and risk of injury to a minor, police said.
On March 1, she was arraigned in Danbury Superior Court and pleaded not guilty to all charges against her. She is due back in court on March 23.
Rosafort was put on leave at the end of February by the school district after the allegations came to light, but she resigned the following day, authorities said.
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