Mom: Teacher’s Aide Still Trying To Contact Victim
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OLIVEHURST, Calif. (CBS13) — A teacher’s aide accused of having sex with a special needs student won’t leave the alleged victim alone and is trying to contact him, according to the teen’s mother.
Elizabeth Wallis, 35, has now been ordered to stay 100 yards away from the 17-year-old victim’s family and cease all communication with them after the teen’s mother accused her of refusing to leave them alone and trying to contact the boy through his sister.
The day after Willis’ arrest on charges of unlawful sex with a minor, the teen’s mother said she was friends with the suspect and felt the alleged crime was a particularly sharp betrayal.
“How dare this woman do that to my child? He’s an ED student, she’s a teacher’s aide. She knows better and now he’s in love with her,” the mother said.
When CBS13 attempted to contact Willis at her home, all the lights in the home were turned off and the door was locked.
The Marysville School District has not commented on the status of the suspect’s future as an employee.
The next court hearing in the case is scheduled for December 6.