Hannah Parisa Siboyeh, 24, a former middle school employee in Houston, Texas, has confessed that she lost her virginity to a 15-year-old student.
According to court documents, Siboyeh, who used to work as a paraprofessional at Labay Middle School, is now facing second-degree felonies after she admitted to dating the teenager.
The charges are sexual assault of a child and improper relationship with a child. Siboyeh was in court Monday and posted a $10,000 bond. The judge ordered her not to get in contact with the boy whose parents have decided not to press charges.
Based on the charging document, Siboyeh “admitted that she loved [the boy] with all of her heart.” She also told officials investigating the case that the illicit relationship was “one mistake after another.” The improper behavior occurred over the summer of 2017, and the student is now in high school.
Siboyeh said she lost her virginity at the school and also had inappropriate intimate relations with the teen at his house, in a park, and at a hotel in The Bayou City.
Things started to unravel for the young woman in April when an anonymous tipster reached out to the assistant principal at the Cy-Fair ISD middle school and detailed the relationship between the former substitute teacher and the student.
The person said that while visiting the teenager’s home, she saw them lying in bed together and unusual noises were coming from the room. The tipster also revealed that they used to exchange videos on Snapchat. Several other witnesses also corroborated the claims. Police later found explicit materials of the two on Siboyeh’s phone.
The woman is said to be nervous because she could face up to 17 years behind bars if the two charges end up with convictions.
The district is distancing itself from Siboyeh’s misdeeds. Cy-Fair ISD has released a statement, and it read: “Authorities notified us last spring of an alleged inappropriate relationship between a Labay Middle School paraprofessional staff member and a former student. Due to the seriousness of the allegation, the staff member was immediately removed from campus. Law enforcement conducted a full investigation that led to an off-campus arrest. These actions are not representative of Labay Middle School or CFISD employee standards of conduct.”
Siboyeh will head back to court on November 11.