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Married teacher breaks down in tears as she is cleared of having sexual relationship and sending explicit texts to 15-year-old pupil

  • Rebecca Whitehurst was accused of sending photograph of her breasts to boy
  • She said he made up the allegations when she rejected his advances
  • Whitehurst denied two charges of sexual activity and sending sexual communications to a child and wept as she was cleared her of the charges
  • A married teacher has been cleared of having a sexual relationship and sending explicit texts to a 15-year-old pupil who she said was in love with her.

    Rebecca Whitehurst, 46, was accused of sending a photograph of her breasts to the boy, meeting him outside school and engaging in sex acts with him in her car.

    But the mother of two claimed the teenager, che non può essere nominato per motivi legali, became obsessed with her after she tried to help him with his mental health issues. She said he made up the allegations when she rejected his advances.

    Rebecca Whitehurst, 46, was accused of sending a photograph of her breasts to the boy, meeting him outside school and engaging in sex acts with him in her car

    Rebecca Whitehurst, 46, was accused of sending a photograph of her breasts to the boy, meeting him outside school and engaging in sex acts with him in her car

    Whitehurst, of Lymm, Cheshire, who teaches modern languages, denied two charges of sexual activity and sending sexual communications to a child. Yesterday she broke down in tears when a jury at Manchester's Minshull Street Crown Court cleared her of the charges

    Whitehurst, of Lymm, Cheshire, who teaches modern languages, denied two charges of sexual activity and sending sexual communications to a child. Yesterday she broke down in tears when a jury at Manchester’s Minshull Street Crown Court cleared her of the charges

    Whitehurst, of Lymm, Cheshire, who teaches modern languages, denied two charges of sexual activity and sending sexual communications to a child.

    Yesterday she broke down in tears when a jury at Manchester’s Minshull Street Crown Court cleared her of the charges.