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Police: Educator in YouTube case acknowledged sex

February 5, 2014 • Business


Former Riverside Unified School teacher Andrea Cardosa sits in court as her arraignment is postponed at the Robert Presley Hall of Justice in Riverside, Calif. Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014. Cardosa, 40, of Perris, is charged with 16 felonies, including aggravated sexual assault of a child, related to two former students. (AP Photo/Terry Pierson/The Press-Enterprise) MAGS OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT

In her first police interview after a YouTube video was posted accusing her of child sex abuse, a California educator acknowledged she had a sexual relationship with a young student, according to a newly released court filing.

The student later told detectives she had been molested “too many times to count” between the ages of 12 and 14 by the woman who was then her basketball coach, according to the documents.

In an arrest declaration obtained by The Associated Press on Tuesday, Riverside police Detective Roberta Hopewell said 40-year-old Andrea Cardosa told police in a Jan. 20 interview at the school where she Login to read more

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