Maths teacher pregnant for underage student while on trial for raping another one

The former teacher denies all the allegations against her.

Rebecca Joynes at Manchester Crown Court [Steve Allen]

The 30-year-old was accused of seducing a 15-year-old boy, whom she bought a belt worth £345.

At Manchester Crown Court, jurors heard that the maths teacher was suspended and jailed. After paying bail and promising not to have sex with minors, Joynes was released.

However, it turned out that she did not keep the contract. According to the prosecutor's office, in the meantime it came to light that "she had a long-term sexual relationship with one of her students."


"His version shows one thing: they stayed in touch and he went to her apartment. They kissed and then, after he turned 16, began a full-fledged sexual relationship, which ended in pregnancy," said the prosecutor.

As he further stated, she laughed in the face of the justice system. "Of course, she can't deny the relationship because she gave birth to that boy's child. Today he claims that it all started when he was already 16 years old and she no longer worked at school," he added.

Joynes convinced her victim that she couldn't get pregnant. The former teacher denies all the allegations against her and went to court with her father. According to local media, the trial is expected to last two weeks.

In the 1990s, the world heard a similar story about the infamous affair between Mary Kay Letourneau and her ward Vili Fualaau. The American woman was 34 years old when she allegedly fell in love with a 12-year-old boy.


Their child was born, and then another, while the rapist was serving a prison sentence. Vili didn't turn away from her and waited for her to come back to him. They finally legalised their relationship, which inspired the creators of the controversial film, May December.


This article was originally published on Onet Woman.


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