Secondary school teacher charged with sexually assaulting four girls

A secondary school teacher has been remanded into custody charged with sexually assaulting four schoolgirls.

Muhammad Taimoor, who is employed at a school in Birmingham, is also accused of four counts of causing or inciting child sexual exploitation, sexual activity while in a position of trust, and two counts of trafficking within the UK.

Walsall magistrates heard the 28-year-old is alleged to have assaulted the girls, aged 14-16, between January and May this year.

Wearing a white Levi's T-shirt and grey jogging bottoms, Taimoor spoke only to confirm his name, date of birth and address during a short hearing on Monday. He was not required to enter pleas to any of the 14 charges.

Taimoor was arrested on May 9 and released on conditional bail, but was detained again in the early hours of Saturday morning at his home in Richmond Road, Birmingham.

Police said trained officers are supporting pupils at the school and they are working with partners to ensure safeguarding is in place while the investigation continues.

Taimoor was remanded into custody by District Judge David Murray to appear at Birmingham Crown Court on June 13.

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