- The woman was a former teacher at Adelaide’s Concordia College
- A court heard the 41-year-old allegedly ‘abused her position of authority’
- She pleaded not guilty to an aggravated child sex charge in court on Wednesday
- She has been ordered to stand trial in the District Court of South Australia
A former female German teacher at an independent school has faced court accused of grooming a male teenage student for sex.
The teacher, 41, who worked at an Adelaide school, faced court on Wednesday, The Advertiser reported.
The Adelaide Magistrates Court heard allegations the woman ‘abused her position of authority in the community’ while she was a teacher at the school.
A former teacher at an Adelaide school has faced court accused of grooming a male teenage student for sex (stock image pictured)
A court has heard allegations a female teacher made a teenage male student ‘amenable to sexual activity’ (stock image pictured)
She allegedly made a male teenage student ‘amenable to sexual activity’ while she was counselling him, the court heard.
However, the teacher has pleaded not guilty to an aggravated count of making a child amenable to sexual activity at various locations throughout South Australia.
The 41-year-old has been ordered to stand trial in the District Court of South Australia at a later date.
She is on strict bail conditions, banning her from making contact with the alleged male victim or his family.
She is also not allowed to leave South Australia.
The woman appeared before Adelaide Magistrates Court (pictured) on Wednesday