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PAEDOPHILE MATHS TEACHER REBECCA "BUNDA BECKY" JOYNES SENTENCED TO SIX AND A HALF YEARS IN JAIL

PAEDOPHILE MATHS TEACHER REBECCA "BUNDA BECKY" JOYNES SENTENCED TO SIX AND A HALF YEARS IN JAIL
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PAEDOPHILE MATHS TEACHER REBECCA "BUNDA BECKY" JOYNES SENTENCED TO SIX AND A HALF YEARS IN JAIL

PAEDOPHILE MATHS TEACHER REBECCA "BUNDA BECKY" JOYNES SENTENCED TO SIX AND A HALF YEARS IN JAIL

Paedophile maths teacher Rebecca "Bunda Becky" Joynes has been found guilty of six counts of engaging in sexual activity with a child and sentenced to six and a half years in prison.

Manchester Crown Court heard how Joynes groomed the two boys from the age of 15, reportedly buying a £345 Gucci belt for one of them.

One of the teenagers spoke of how he was "coerced, controlled, manipulated" and "sexually abused" by his teacher.

Joynes claimed that she felt "flattered" by compliments and comments made by the 15-year-old boys, named Boy A and Boy B.

Text messages between the disgraced teacher and Boy A were shown to the court, with one exchange showing Joynes inviting the boy over to her home.

A day before Joynes was arrested she had reportedly planned a "date night" with one of her victims, which involved an Ann Summers scratch card with a series of sexual activities.

The teacher also discovered she was pregnant by Boy B whilst she was on bail for offences concerning Boy A.

Boy B told the court: "She was crying her eyes out and she said 'If I lose this baby, it's your fault'."

When issuing the sentence, Judge Kate Cornell addressed Joynes by saying:  "There is a breathtaking arrogance in your conduct.

"You were the adult.

"You were the person in control, the person who should have known better and entrusted by the school and the boys and by their parents of caring for their sons.

"From the outside it may be easy to fall into the misconception these boys were not victims.

"It may be asked what 15-year-old boy would not want to have sex with an older, attractive teacher? Surely they would be up for it. How can this be a crime?

"Well Miss Joynes, there is no doubt this is a crime. Both boys were very much victims, obviously unworldly and vulnerable to the advances from an older attractive woman.

"You felt buoyed and boosted by their attention.

"You were the one with the car, the flat, the money, the life experience.

"There's no real insight from you, you continue to deny the offences and have been silent on the distressing impact on these boys."

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