Tuesday, June 05, 2012

The World’s Highest-Paid Prostitute? New York City HS Boy Who Had Sex with Married Teacher “8-12 Times” Wants $1M a Ride!

“UNFAITHFUL”: Erin Sayar, in her 2007 wedding picture with groom Jimmy Lathrop, allegedly had sex with a 16-year-old student. (Angel Vasquez)

Since her wedding, Erin Sayar has become anorexic. A life of license has not served her well. (“Erin Sayar and husband Jimmy Lathrop (glasses in hat) along with her lawyer Virginia Lopreto [the well-nourished one] leave Brooklyn Criminal Court today” [Paul Martinka/ photographer, June 1.])

By Nicholas Stix

The NYC public schools have teachers promote sex, sex, sex, to children starting in the fifth grade (in my son’s case), and then… teachers have sex with kids? I'm shocked, shocked, to find that sex is going on in here!

By the way, I notice that although Erin Sayar married Jimmy Lathrop about five years ago, she has remained “Ms. Sayar.” Maybe, just maybe, had she instead called herself “Mrs. Lathrop,” it might have reminded her who she was.

Nah, can’t have that. A woman can call herself anything she wants to. And she can do anything she wants to, anytime, anywhere, and with anyone she wants.

Except that she can’t.

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Married Brooklyn HS teacher had sex with 16-year-old student in her office: probe
By Larry Celona, Jamie Schram, and Yoav Gonen
May 31, 2012, 3:05 a.m.; last updated at 9:06 a.m.
New York Post

A Brooklyn high-school English teacher who was supposed to be tutoring a 16-year-old student instead plied him with pot and repeatedly had sex with him in her school office, the boy’s lawyer charged yesterday.

Erin Sayar, 36, had oral sex and intercourse with then-16-year-old Kevin Eng at least eight times, “including times that occurred on school grounds in [her] office,” at James Madison HS, according to a $10 million notice of claim filed by lawyer Bruce Baron.

Sayar — a married mother of a young girl — gave the youth pot from a stash she kept hidden in her school-office filing cabinet, Baron said.

And the duo exchanged an astounding 3,856 text messages over a 17-day period in December — an average of 227 per day, according to a report by school investigators.

The teacher — who was removed from the classroom in January — has not been criminally charged.

But school investigators have turned the evidence over to Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes and recommended she be fired.


The teacher arranged to tutor the teen twice a week in her office, but one day last November the boy’s girlfriend spotted them flirting and got suspicious, the investigative report said.

The girl hacked the teen’s Facebook account and found messages to Sayar that said, “I love you so much” and “I always loved you, since last year.”

The teacher responded, “Oh no — I’m not putting myself out there again. I made that mistake last night and you couldn’t handle it.”

But she gave the teen her cell number and ordered him to delete their exchanges, the report said.

The outraged girl turned the messages over to school officials, and her boyfriend allegedly admitted he had sex with Sayar eight to 12 times, according to the report.
In one midnight rendezvous, Sayar came to his house and picked him up in her SUV.

“Eventually, they began kissing and then engaged in sexual intercourse and oral sex inside the SUV,” the report said, adding that the boy described tattoos on intimate parts of Sayar’s body.

Sayar couldn’t be reached yesterday.

Sayar, whose salary is $78,885 a year, taught at James Madison since 2000.

Eng, who is now 17, remains enrolled at the school, the sources said.

Baron said the two last had sex in January, and he filed a late notice of claim on behalf of Eng and his mother, Maureen, because the 90-day limit to file had expired.

It wasn’t the school’s first sex scandal. Romance-language teachers Cindy Mauro and Alini Brito were fired for allegedly getting naked and having sex in a classroom.

And English teacher Craig Roffman was fired and arrested after thousands of kiddie-porn images were allegedly found on his home computer.

Additional reporting by Ikimulisa Livingston and Bob Fredericks

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