Horrific allegations against Ammy singleton a school teacher
A young substitute teacher married to a three-year-old boy is at the center of an alleged child grooming incident. The 28-year-old appeared in Port Augusta Court on Wednesday morning, but her case was postponed until July to allow police to review electronic evidence.
About Ammy Singelton
The Aboriginal language teacher, who faces up to ten years in prison if found guilty, was a superb netball player praised as a ‘role model’ for younger generations, it was claimed on Thursday.
Ms. Singleton married her childhood sweetheart and juggled her job and children while reportedly having sex with a youngster, according to the Daily Mail Australia.
‘First Mother’s Day and many more to come, I love you very much, my wife.’ He provided several images of the new mother cuddling up to the baby.
In 2017, the mother of one received her Bachelor of Education (Primary and Middle) from UniSA before returning to her hometown and being a full-time mother. She later worked as a substitute teacher at six other schools, including Flinders View Primary School and Port Augusta West Primary School.
Anna Nayda, the school’s principal, wrote a letter The relieving teacher worked there from February 2017 to April 2018, although the claims did not include one of their students, according to parents. He responded, “Police have notified the Department of Education that they have no issues to the department telling the school community. “This incident does not include any students at our school, and the information available to the school indicates that there is no need for any children at our school to be concerned.’
It’s unclear if the accused victim was a student she met while teaching, but the alleged assault happened between November 1 and November 30 of last year. Ms Singleton was a brilliant netballer and footballer in the remote community before moving three-and-a-half hours southeast to attend university, it was discovered on Thursday. She earned a reputation as a local sporting star after graduating from the National Football League Aboriginal Pathways to Excellence Traineeship Program in South Australia in 2012.
Hoping for the truth to come out
The alleged scandal shook the small, close-knit coastal community of approximately 14,000 residents. Mayor After one school sent a letter to parents, Brett Benbow urged the community to let the legal process play out. Mayor Benbow stated, “When it’s all said and done, we’ll know a lot more about the circumstances.” ‘I return to the reality that this case is before the courts, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless proven guilty. ‘On July 20, Ms Singleton will enter a new plea in Port Augusta Court.