Teacher accused of Travelling to Florida to have s*x with an underage teen he met online

Teacher accused of Travelling to Florida to have s*x with underage teen he met online

According to the Police authorities, It was reported that a New York City Middle man who is Identified as Zeshaan Naqvi allegedly travelled to Florida just to have sex with a teenage girl he met online.

It was stated that Zeshaan teaches Socail Studies at an all-girls school called the Young Women’s Leadership School in Jamaica, Queens, flew to Tampa in Florida after chatting with the victim online for about three months, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office.

On Sunday, January 24, The Authorities said in a statement saying "Naqvi picked the teen up at her Florida home, then brought her back to his hotel room, where they “engaged in sexual acts,”

After few hours have sex, Zeshaan brought the girl back to her home.

Police arrested Zeshaan Naqvi at the hotel later in the day, and he admitted to police he knew the victim was underage.

It’s illegal for any adult 24 or older to have sex with a teen under the age of 18 in Florida and the sheriff’s office did not release the girl’s age, citing a recently passed victim’s rights law.

“It never ceases to amaze us the lengths predators will go to, to get what they want,” Sheriff Chad Chronister said in a written statement.

“In this case, a middle school history teacher booked a ticket, boarded a plane, and traveled across the country to meet with a minor who he had been chatting with for about three months. This behavior is deeply disturbing and serves as a grim warning to parents to monitor their child’s online activity.”

Naqvi was ordered held on $60,000 bond, public records show. He has worked for the New York City school system since 2014.

“These allegations are extremely disturbing, and we have zero tolerance for this behavior,” Education Department spokeswoman Danielle Filson said Sunday. “The teacher was immediately reassigned from his current position pending the outcome of the criminal investigation.”

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