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Orlando Area Teacher’s Aide Accused of Having Sex with Student

Former Celebration High School teacher’s aide, Dellys Serrano, has been charged with having sex with a 16 year old Osceola County student. Kissimmee police records indicate that teacher’s aide may have had sex with another student several years ago. That student has been interviewed by law enforcement and denied the allegation.

Serrano was arrested March 2nd after court-ordered photography confirmed intimate details of her body, including a mole covered by her underclothing. On Wednesday, the 36-year-old educator made her first court appearance and was ordered held without bond. Her next court date has not been set.  Kissimmee police began their investigation last week when the 16-year-old’s guardian contacted New Beginnings School and complained about Serrano’s relationship with the boy. The school’s principal notified police, a school district investigator and the state Department of Children and Families, records show.

The teen told investigators he began having sex with Serrano over Christmas vacation and first told investigators it happened inside her van at Chisholm Park on East Lake Tohopekaliga so that his mother would not know he brought her to their home, the report stated. After their initial encounter, Serrano instructed the boy not to tell anyone because she is married and she feared she would lose custody of her child if anyone found out.

Suspicions of impropriety began last fall when another New Beginnings student confided in an adult that his best friend was having sex with one of their teachers, according to a police report released Wednesday.

Sometime in February, the teen tried to end the relationship. According to the teen, Serranodid not take his news very well and allegedly sent text messages saying she loved him and wanted to have birthday sex with him the report stated.

Fleet Tilden, Esq.
Fleet Tilden, Esq.
Beginning in 1923, attorney John Tilden, Esq. established his law practice in Downtown Orlando with a full service law firm serving Central Florida residents. Following in his grandfather’s footsteps, attorney N. Fleetwood Tilden, Esq. began his Central Florida law practice after graduating from law school in 1993. After a career as an Assistant State Attorney prosecuting Central Florida criminal cases, the Law Office of Tilden Law was established. Practicing exclusively Criminal Defense, Mr. Tilden has handled over 5,000 criminal cases.