A former music teacher has been jailed for having a sexual relationship with a student, which an Adelaide District Court judge described as an “appalling breach of trust”.
- Matthew John Freeborn has been jailed for having a sexual relationship with a student
- Judge Joanne Tracey said Freeborn tried to blame his victim for the relationship
- Freeborn issued an apology to the student and his family
Matthew John Freeborn, 45, was sentenced to four-years-and-two-months’ jail with a non-parole period of two years and four months for having a sex with a student at a Fleurieu Peninsula school over a seven-month period.
Freeborn read a letter to the court ahead of the sentence, apologising for his behaviour.
“I offer my profound apologies for…