A school music teacher who had sex with two underage girls aged 13 and 14 is facing jail after he was convicted of 32 sexual offences.
Cambridge graduate Ben Breakwell, 40, groomed the two girls and set up a series of seedy encounters at his home while working at a secondary school in London.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Isleworth Crown Court heard how the professional singer abused his position as a music teacher to engage his young pupils in sexual activity.
Breakwell began a full sexual relationship with two of his victims and he also targeted a third girl during lessons.
One one occasion he kissed her in the classroom. She was upset and later told her friends and then her mother who confronted Breakwell.
The victim later told police that she felt guilty about what had happened as she had bought him a box of sweets as a thank you present and thought that this may have encouraged him.
Cambridge graduate Ben Breakwell (pictured), 40, groomed the two girls and set up a series of seedy encounters at his home while working at a secondary school in London
The friends of one of the victims approached one of Breakwell's colleagues in September 2017 and told him of their suspicions.
The school immediately suspended him, police were alerted and an investigation began, led by specialist officers from the West Area Command Unit.
Breakwell was arrested in November 2017.
A search of his computer uncovered indecent images of another victim who did not live in this country.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer