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Zamora told a court commissioner that she would “love to go home, to be released” during her initial appearance in court on Friday.
“I’d love to go home to my husband,” Zamora told Commissioner Melissa Zabor, who set her bond at 0,000.
1 through March 8, according to court records obtained by the Arizona Republic.
Zamora and the teen also traded naked photos, he told police, saying their relationship started when the married teacher began “flirting” with him in a classroom chat group.
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Zamora was taken into custody Thursday on one count of obscene material transmission to a minor, according to the Arizona Republic.
A court commissioner then found probable cause to hold her on suspicion of eight counts of sexual conduct with a minor, two counts of child molestation and one count of transmitting obscene material, according to the newspaper.
She then sent the teen a nude picture of herself and another clad in lingerie. “I want you every day with no time limit.” In another message, according to court records, Zamora said: “If I could quit my job and (have sex with) you all day long, I would.” Zamora was arrested last week after the teen’s parents found text messages indicating a sexual relationship between the pair.
During one exchange, the teen told Zamora he wanted to have sex with her again, court records show. The texts were discovered because the boy’s parents had installed an app to monitor his phone, police said.
Zamora, who started working at the school less than a year ago, is due to appear in court Thursday, according to the Arizona Republic.