I've heard all about the female RE teacher who seduced a 15 year old boy in her class. However only in the Fail have I heard the Facebook anglehttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... olboy.htmlMarried RE teacher Madeleine Martin jailed after seducing schoolboy, 15, on Facebook
A married teacher who had sex with one of her 15-year-old pupils after seducing him on Facebook has been jailed.
She began giving him gifts, including a mobile phone, and contacting him on Facebook.
One of Martin's messages read: 'Sorry, I cannot add you [as a friend on the website] until you leave school.'
Martin also tried to get the boy into her form at the Manchester school and wrote 'Don't worry, I always got your back' after she lied on his behalf when he missed detention.
Martin, from Knutsford in Cheshire, then changed her identity on Facebook to hide their growing relationship and invited the boy to her home where they again had sex while her two teenage daughters, aged 14 and 17, were out.
They're making out its Facebook's direct fault in the headline, but its a natural avenue of communication these days and shows in the article. Blaming Facebook makes them look more redundant and out of touch than they already are