Sara Domres, married English teacher accused of sexually assaulting student, broke down in tears and hung her head as she was led away in cuffs, Wednesday
Domres, 29, was sentenced to two years in prison, convicted for sleeping with male student, 16, at the time
The former high school English teacher pled guilty in August to sexual assault of a student by a school staffer
Bride-to-be Domres started a sexual relationship with her teen student, leading to 15 sexual encounters at multiple locations including a tryst at a Motel 6 on the night of her husband’s stag night
Judge – ‘your crime went “well beyond a mistake in judgment” or a single moment of weakness ‘
Running a parallel love affair in her new marriage landed Sara Domres in prison as her lover was her underage student
Even as a young bride buzzed with wedding preparations, she was also actively cheating on her soon-to-be groom with a teenager in here care. Wednesday, the now married former Wisconsin high school teacher sobbed in court after she was sentenced to two years in prison for having sex with a 16-year-old male student.
Sara Domres, 29, sobbed, head hung as she was led away in handcuffs following Wednesday’s sentencing. The former New Berlin West High School teacher pled guilty in August to sexual assault after she was accused of repeatedly sleeping with a teenager in her English class. As she denied the charges, the teen admitted the pair had a very active sex life, including spending the at a motel on the night of her husband was away on his bachelor party.
Former New Berlin West High School teacher Sara Domres (right), will serve two years in prison for having sex with her teenage student
As part of her sentence, Domres will have three years of probation after serving two years in prison and must register as a sex offender,The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
Domres, who has no prior criminal record, also must not have contact with the victim or his family or with a school besides those she may attend.
Waukesha County Circuit Judge Lee Dreyfus told Domres during sentencing that her crime ‘went well beyond a mistake in judgement’ or a single moment of weakness.