get link Busted in the summer of 2017 for having had a sexual relationship with her former elementary school student, then 13, Elizabeth Barthelmas, 49, was sentenced to fifteen year behind bars in Saratoga Springs, New York following her guilty plea to first degree rape this past July.get link
go to site Barthelmas was arrested last year following an investigation that began with tips likely emanating from the boy himself who was formerly a student at Dorothy Nolan Elementary School in Saratoga Springs where Barthelmas taught since 2005. This case is unique not only in the arrest of a nearly fifty-year old elementary school teacher for humping the young hell out of an early teen boy, but also in the outcome of the trial — a harsh fifteen year prison sentence for a female offender.follow link
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