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Education assistant charged with sexual exploitation of student
The 46-year old man works at Dante Aligheri Academy near Dufferin and Lawrence Ave.
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(Angelo Pisciottano)

A education assistant in a Toronto catholic school is facing sex assault charges.

46 year old Angelo Pisciottano is alleged to have sexually exploited a female student over the internet between June of 2012 and March of this year.

He is an education assistant at Dante Aligheri Academy, near Dufferin and Lawrence.

Pisciottano was arrested on Wednesday is charged with the sexual exploitation of a person with a disability.

Police believe there may be more victims and want to speak to anyone who has more information.

The accused will appear in court on Thursday morning.

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  1. jake posted on 03/20/2014 09:32 AM
    Is he a friend of Ben Levin and Kathleen Wynne, by any chance?
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(Angelo Pisciottano)

A education assistant in a Toronto catholic school is facing sex assault charges.

46 year old Angelo Pisciottano is alleged to have sexually exploited a female student over the internet between June of 2012 and March of this year.

He is an education assistant at Dante Aligheri Academy, near Dufferin and Lawrence.

Pisciottano was arrested on Wednesday is charged with the sexual exploitation of a person with a disability.

Police believe there may be more victims and want to speak to anyone who has more information.

The accused will appear in court on Thursday morning.

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  1. jake posted on 03/20/2014 09:32 AM
    Is he a friend of Ben Levin and Kathleen Wynne, by any chance?
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