SA: Music instructor Janelle Fletcher pleads not responsible to youngster intercourse abuse


A music instructor and flute participant who allegedly sexually abused a baby has pleaded not responsible to the heinous allegations in opposition to her.

Janelle Colville Fletcher denied sexually abusing a woman when she appeared at Adelaide Magistrates Court docket on Tuesday.

Police have charged Ms Fletcher with the sexual abuse of a kid and making a baby amenable to sexual exercise for alleged offending that occurred some years in the past throughout regional South Australia and the Adelaide suburbs.

Ms Fletcher will now stand trial on the District Court docket with an arraignment booked for Might.

Craig Caldicott, showing for Ms Fletcher, requested the courtroom to dismiss the cost of creating a baby amenable to sexual exercise, however the concern was not settled, with the prosecution asking for extra time to make a cost dedication.

Ms Fletcher, from Trinity Gardens in Adelaide’s internal east, was previously the top of music at Tabor School, however she now not works there.

A faculty spokeswoman mentioned the allegations didn’t contain a pupil from the college.

Ms Fletcher stays on bail and has been banned from working with kids as a situation of her launch.