Teacher Christine A McCallum's Child Rape Case
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Christine McCallum was a 29 years old teacher at Woodsdale Elementary School in Abington, Boston. She was accused of raping a 13 year old boy more than 300 times.
The police told that Christine A. McCallum carried on 18-month relationship with the teenager boy; the Prosecutor believed that Christine initially gave alcohol to the child. The researchers believe that the both had sex first time in February 2006. The boy told to police that they continued to do so "every other day," total "approximately 300 times," over the year-and-a-half period.
Prosecutors told that the married teacher, Christine was so “obsessed” with the teen boy that she had sex with him on his kitchen floor, in the shower and in the living room.
She was fired from her teaching job. According to the complaint, father of the boy had discovered letters between his son and Christine. The boy admitted to police that he had engaged in sex with each other day for a year and a half. He also had a mobile so that the two can communicate.
Police told Christine ended the relationship in a fit of jealousy when she discovered the boy was using a mobile phone she bought for him to text other girls. The affair was uncovered, when a friend of the boy told his mother.
The fifth grade teacher was accompanied to court by her husband, McCallum Scott, who stood by her side during the judicial process.
Christine was ordered to surrender passport and must wear GPS tracking monitor and to stay away from the child, family and all children under the age of 16.
The accused woman's lawyer, Frederick McDermott, told that no evidence indicated that the relationship was sexual.
Christine was charged with seven counts of statutory rape and she was held on a $10,000 bond. She pleaded not guilty to the three counts that allegedly occurred at the teen's home in Abington.