A Queensland teacher’s suspension for “inappropriate relationship with a 15-year-old he met on Sugar Daddy’s website” has been confirmed

The suspension of a Queensland teacher accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a 15-year-old girl he had on a Sugar Daddys website has been upheld.

In his verdict, Professor Ned Aughterson said he was “not satisfied that the teacher did not pose an unacceptable risk to children”.

The man, who has been registered as a teacher in Queensland since 1999, was initially suspended by the Queensland College of Teachers in November last year.

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Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) documents show that he met the complainant, who was then 15 and in 10th grade, online through a Sugar Daddys website.

The applicant alleges that the man subsequently provided the student with money, gifts, alcohol and cocaine and had sexual intercourse with her.

While the complainant created the account on the Sugar Daddys website using a false date of birth, as she had to be at least 18 years old to use it, she alleges that she told the man that she was only 15 years old and so on he said that he was ok with her age.

She also claims he gave her his phone number and drove her and a friend to a place where they could buy drugs.

After the girls bought cocaine, the applicant said he drove her to his home where, after some drinks and cocaine, he had sexual intercourse with the underage girl.

The male teacher told police that “to his knowledge, no one on the website he spoke to or met with was underage.”

He said he didn’t know the girls’ last names and didn’t tell them his name. He further stated that the girls in his home used marijuana, but he knew nothing about cocaine use.

A photograph said to have been taken by the girls sitting in the man’s living room appears to show a plate on which was a white substance which the girls said was cocaine.

He denied giving the complainant his telephone number, even though the number provided by the complainant is the same number entered in his Approved Teacher Information System Register.

Man denies inappropriate behavior

The teacher claimed there was no evidence to support the “baseless” allegations.

He denied purchasing or seeking “illegal substances” for himself or others and “knowingly engaging in inappropriate and/or overly familiar and/or sexualized communications or conduct with children or adolescents.”

He claimed that there was no evidence basis for the decision and that after “balancing the odds” he did not pose an unacceptable risk to children.

The Queensland College of Teachers stated that “the applicant’s photographs show that a reasonable person would not believe that the person in the photograph was aged 18 or over”.

“[The man]has been a teacher for 23 years and told police that he taught grades 8, 10, 11 and 12.

“He works with students every day and should have a rough idea of ​​how old the students are based on their physical appearance and communication skills.”

Professor Ned Aughterson said he was not satisfied the teacher was not posing an unacceptable risk to children and ordered the suspension to go ahead.

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