A married Midday Connecticut woman accused of grooming a 14-year-old boy before sexually assaulting him in her SUV was shut down and dismissed Thursday over the disturbing allegations. Andie Rosafort, 31, was seen outside her New Fairfield home — emerging from an SUV, carrying a Walmart with a box of Peeps Plastic bag with a mobile phone and a pack of Marlboro cigarettes in his hand.
She declined to answer questions about reports of an inappropriate relationship with the New Fairfield High School student. Rosaf, who was wearing white sneakers, blue jeans and a green sweatshirt, simply smiled when asked to comment on her situation.
The district filed a complaint against Rosafort after the father of a friend of the victim told the administration that the boy was sexually assaulted at a party on Jan. 13, according to an affidavit from WTNH. According to police testimony, a high school student claimed Rosafort was always talking to newbies on social media, allegedly connecting with victims via Instagram and Snapchat.
The victim told police he received a message from her on social media that said, “Is there anything you want to see?” Rosafort then sent him a nude photo of herself. When the victim asked if she had accidentally sent it, he said the affidavit said she had sent a second nude photo of herself. She then asked for a nude photo of him and Rosafort allegedly sent several nude photos and videos of himself, the boy added.
According to the affidavit, Rosafort also attended the victim’s sporting event and sent him videos of his games. On the evening of Jan. 13, police said Rosafort picked up the victim at a party at a friend’s house and had a “sexual encounter” with the minor.
Police said they used photo locations to confirm that the victim and Rosafort were in the same location at the time of the alleged attack. A friend of the victim said he felt uncomfortable when he returned — and they helped block Rosafort on social media. During their investigation, police said they found sexually explicit content about a woman on the teen’s phone and a shirtless photo of the victim on the lunch lady’s phone.
Rosafort turned herself in on February 20 after police issued a warrant for her arrest. She faces three felony counts of second-degree sexual assault, using a computer to solicit sexual activity from a minor, and taking a risk of harming a minor or harming the morals of a child. She was released on a $100,000 bond and is next due to appear in court on March 23.