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Teacher who had baby with former pupil told him 'every inch of you is perfect'

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A court has heard how a maths teacher who had a baby with a 15-year-old boy told him "every inch of you is perfect."Rebecca Joynes is also alleged to have said the former pupil was "all I ever dream about" and hoped they could "keep this going for a while longer".The trial for alleged sex offences was told that Joynes invited the boy back to her plush apartment when he was 15, but claims she only became "sexually attracted" to him after he left school.The 30-year-old maintained sex with boy B only began after he turned 16, had left school and she was dismissed from her high school job.

But Manchester Crown Court heard she had sex with a second 15-year-old from her maths class months earlier. Joynes denies this but admits he spent the night at her luxury flat after she bought him a £345 Gucci belt, reports the Mirror.During the trial on May 14 Joynes admitted she was "ashamed" of her actions which she said had ruined her "dream job".The former teacher – who has arrived at court each day of her trial with a pink knitted baby bonnet tucked into her trousers - broke down in tears on Monday as she revealed her daughter was taken from her within 24 hours of her birth.She denied bringing the hat in order to win "sympathy" from the jury – and insisted she hadn't chosen to stand in the witness box out of a desire to ensure they could see it during her evidence.Dressed in a white blouse and black trousers, Joynes continued to display the bonnet as she stood in the witness box today.Asking her about Boy B's claim that she became "controlling" as their relationship continued, prosecutor Joe Allman read extracts from a letter Joynes wrote to him after he left school.In one, it is alleged she wrote: "Every inch of you is perfect and

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