Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Ohio Teacher Gets No Jail for Sex with Student - Update

Alexa Nasonti

(Norwalk, Ohio) Former art teacher at Norwalk High School, Alexa Nasonti, gets no jail. Instead Nasonti was sentenced to three years of community control and ordered to register as a Tier 3 sex offender every 90 days for the rest of her life.

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(Norwalk, Ohio) In accordance with a plea deal, former art teacher at Norwalk High School, Alexa Nasonti, pleaded guilty yesterday to sexual battery of a 17-year-old male student.
According to the plea agreement, if a prison sentence is recommended following Nasonti’s pre-sentencing investigation, the state will ask that Nasonti’s term does not exceed 18-months.

In April of 2012 police caught Nasonti and the teenage boy in the front seat of her vehicle while parked in Margaretta Township. The incident sparked an investigation into the relationship between the teacher and student.

Nasonti resigned from Norwalk City School a month after police began their investigation.
A sentencing date is TBD.

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Ohio Teacher Accused of Sexual Conduct
[Previous 6/17/12 post]
(Norwalk, Ohio) A 25-year-old teacher at Norwalk High School, Alexa Nasonti, has been accused of engaging in sexual conduct with a 17-year-old student.
A Castalia police officer happened upon Nasonti and a 17-year-old student on April 2 when the two were sitting in the boy’s parked car.

The two claimed there was nothing going on, but the officer secured a search warrant to obtain cell phone records from Nasonti and the boy.

That turned up text messages that indicate there was sexual conduct between the two on March 31, at a private residence in Sandusky County, according to deputies.
Nasonti was placed on paid leave from her teaching position pending the outcome of a grand jury review.


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Anonymous said...

Her attorney said:

"I understand some people look at this and say a female should be treated just the same as a male, but really, it's different. She is very remorseful and I know a lot of people say they are, but she really is."

Oh, well if she is really really remorseful....ok then.

Unlike all male offenders who, if I interpret the words of her attorney correctly, are never really really remorseful. We just pretend to be so in hopes we'll get a lighter sentence. But yes, his client, being female, is reeeeeeeally sorry. Seeeeeeriously! Honest to gosh, take my word for it!


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