Records detail student, teacher sex

MANASSAS — A Manassas teacher accused of having sex with a 17-year-old student spent an evening at the beach with the boy and gave him $200 to buy a guitar, according to court records.

The boy told police that he and Nicole Michele Brady, 29, had consensual sex 10 to 20 times from October to mid-November, according to a search warrant affidavit filed Monday in Prince William Circuit Court.

Brady, a German teacher at Osbourn High School and Metz Junior High School, taught the boy at Osbourn. She was charged Wednesday with taking indecent liberties with a minor, a felony, and is scheduled to appear this morning in Prince William Juve-nile and Domestic Relations Court for arraignment.

Brady, of 15600 Three Otters Place in eastern Prince William, has been suspended from her job with pay.

“We’re going to do a thorough investigation and take appropriate action,” said Manassas Super-intendent Chip Zullinger.

Prince William Police Detect-ive Gary Gardiner interviewed the student Nov. 20.

The boy said he and Brady chatted about music through online instant messages for four or five weeks prior to Nov. 20. She gave him $200 to help him buy a $300 guitar, and the boy eventually “told her how he felt,” according to the affidavit.

“Initially, Ms. Brady told him ‘No.’ Then, eventually, she agreed to go to the beach in Nags Head, N.C., for the night,” the affidavit states.

They had sex at a Holiday Inn for the first time, the affidavit states, and again the next evening at Brady’s home.

The boy told the detective that he and his teacher then had sex in her home 10 to 20 times during the next three weeks, the affidavit states.

County police took photos of Brady’s bedroom and took a blanket from her bed for testing at a lab.

“I have reason to believe that there may be the presence of biological fluids on the bedding material,” Gardiner wrote in the affidavit.

Police talked with the boy after his father overheard his son talking about the sexual relationship, police said.

Brady turned herself in Wednes-day and was released in lieu of a $5,000 bond.

Staff writer Patrick Wilson can be reached at (703) 368-7449.

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