Paedo teacher who bragged about horny kids said she was a ‘princess’

A paedo teacher who had sex with her 14-year-old pupil called herself a "princess" while she was working in a shop, it has been reported.

Fatinah Hossain, 24, also allegedly told colleagues: "I am going to marry a rich man who will treat me right".

The teaching assistant was jailed last week for having sex with a boy pupil over several months while working at a school in West Sussex.

She told him she was pregnant when he wanted to end it, tried to offer him money not to tell the police and even threatened to physically harm him and his family.

A source who knew her reportedly said: "She always said she would marry an older, richer man and would walk around calling herself a princess.

"I cried when I heard what she had done. I couldn't believe it. Everyone is devastated."

Another source allegedly said her appearance was extremely important to her and she always wanted to look good, The Sun reported.

The teacher described her teenage boy pupils as "hormonal and horny teenage boys" who tried to chat her up, a source claimed.

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A separate source who knew her told The Sun: "You can imagine what kids at school at that age could be like so it seemed like a joke.

"It's disgusting looking back now knowing what she then did.

"She had a manipulative trait and could also be hot headed, especially if she felt under attack. She seemed sexually naive at times."

The 24-year-old was arrested in June 2020, 13 months after starting as a cover teacher and study supervisor at the school.

Hossain aspired to work with children in mental health, writing on her Linkedin: "I believe future adulthood problems are deep-rooted in childhood."

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She had also gained a Masters degree in Global Criminology from the University of Roehampton.

Police arrested her while she was working at her part-time job in the local mini supermarket.

The Sun reported that she told her boss it was a mistaken identity case and allegedly insisted that it had nothing to do with her.

Hossain then launched a manipulative campaign in a bid to throw off the investigation, threatening her victim and his family and friends with fake social media accounts.

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After she was arrested, the teacher reportedly used fake social media accounts to threaten the boy and other children.

Hossain reportedly imitated one 14-year-old girl on one account and sent messages to her victim's family member in an attempt to set him up and get him fired from his job.

Judge Jeremy Gold said Hossain “embarked on quite a remarkable campaign of harassment” which was “relentless, wide-ranging and malicious”.

Hossain was sentenced to five years and four months at Brighton crown court last week after admitting sex crimes and perverting the course of justice.

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