Azar Rahmatzadeh Video Viral, Australian School Teacher Arrested Reason And Allegation Explained! Teachers are known for motivating students to achieve their goals. But what happens if a teacher leads a student down the wrong path or uses them in some other way? The topic of the incident was shared on social media by netizens. Azar Rahmatzadeh, a female teacher at Melbourne’s Wantirna College has been charged with s3xual sexual penetration of a child below 16 and sexual assault. She also faces charges for supplying alcohol to a minor. Continue reading for more information.
Azar Rahmatzadeh Video
Sources claim that a female teacher was taken into custody for allegedly s3xually abusing the school’s teenage students. According to The Herald Sun, police launched an investigation into Ms. Azar Rahmatzadeh following a text message she sent to her student calling him “Handsome.” After appearing before the Magistrates Court of Melbourne, she was later granted bail. Rahmatzadeh claims that the student took her out of the social media app. There have been very few messages from the teacher that circulated on social media.
The teacher’s Facebook message stated that “I wasn’t mad” and that it didn’t mean that I didn’t care about you or wanted to talk to or see you anymore. However, I noticed that you had removed me from your Facebook friend list. “I’m just stupid sometimes, but I don’t think or make stupid decisions (I will quit drinking! But please be assured that I still believe in you and that you will one day find me a friend again. I am truly sorry for any hurt feelings. F**king love you guts for xxx.” Follow For More Update Yemfoundation.org
Australian School Teacher Arrested
Another alleged discussion was also in the spotlight. Rahmatzadeh sent a photo of herself in a bikini to Rahmatzadeh, who says she will send it when Rahmatzadeh is 18. Kevin Murphy, the principal of Wantirna College informed parents in a letter that the teacher would not come to school while the case is ongoing. He stated, “We were very worried to hear about this and I assure you that our top priority is always safety and well-being of our students.” Ms. Rahmatzadeh will make her return to court on July 29. Social media has seen the matter become viral and people are sharing their disgust with it, as well as hate messages about teachers.