A married Connecticut lunch lady was coy and dismissive on Thursday about the disturbing allegations that she groomed a 14-year-old boy before sexually assaulting him in her SUV.
Andie Rosafort, 31, was spotted outside her New Fairfield home carrying a plastic Walmart shopping bag topped with a box of Peeps, clutching her phone, and getting out of an SUV while holding a pack of Marlboro cigarettes.
Regarding the alleged improper contact with a student at New Fairfield High School, she flatly refused to comment.
Rosafor, who was dressed in a green sweater, blue jeans, and white trainers, didn’t say much when asked about her predicament.
Andie Rosafort is accused of second-degree sexual assault, luring a youngster online to participate in sexual behaviour, endangering the safety of a minor, and undermining children’s values.
State of Connecticut Police
Rosafort allegedly made “contact of a sexual nature” with the juvenile on the evening of January 13 after picking her up from a party at a friend’s house, according to police.
Rosafort and the victim were allegedly in the same location at the time of the alleged attack, according to the police, who utilised photo locations to confirm this.
Upon his return, the victim’s buddy saw that he seemed uneasy, and they worked to block Rosafort on social media.
Police claimed that during their investigation, they discovered sexual material from a woman named Rosafort on the teen’s phone as well as a shirtless photo of the victim on the lunch lady’s phone.
Following the issuance of an arrest warrant by the police on February 20, Rosafort turned herself in.
She is accused of three felonies, including second-degree sexual assault, using a computer to entice a minor to participate in sexual behaviour, and endangering a minor’s safety or morals.
On a $100,000 bond, she was freed, and her next court date is March 23.