Former flight attendant who had sex with pupil, 15, freed after one week in jail

Former flight attendant who had sex with pupil, 15, freed after one week in jail.

Melissa Nosti, 33, from North Ryde, northern Sydney, pleaded gulty to having sex with the pupil at a school she was working as an attendance officer at in 2010.

She was sentenced to 18 months in prison with a six month parole period – but has since been released on bail.

The former Tiger Air stewardess appeared at Burwood Local Court via video from Silverwater Women’s cells on Wednesday, October 21, where her lawyer claimed she was at low risk of reoffending and made an appeal for bail.

Bail conditions mean she is banned from being in the company of anyone under the age of 16 and she cannot contact the victim or former colleagues at the airline.

In addition, she can only have one mobile phone and must give the police her password when asked, reports the Daily Telegraph.

An appeal hearing will be heard at Sydney’s District Court later in the year, which Nosti must attend.

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