An Osceola County substitute
teacher arrested for molesting a
student in February is now facing a
total of nine similar charges.
Fnu Syedyaseen-Asher, 19, was
originally arrested on Feb. 28 after
Osceola County Sheriff’s Office
deputies received a report of lewd
and lascivious molestation on a
victim under 12 at Boggy Creek
Elementary School student.
Sheriff’s Office detectives along with the
assistance of the Child Protective Team
(CPT), and the Osceola County School
District, conducted a complete investigation
where they contacted every student of every
school where Syedyaseen-Asher worked as
a substitute teacher.
Through the course of the investigation,
detectives discovered nine total female
victims between the ages of 6-8 years old,
that Syedyaseen-Asher molested, according
to a Sheriff’s Office report. The schools
included Boggy Creek Elementary, Ventura
Elementary and Pleasant Hill Elementary.
Syedyaseen-Asher committed the crimes by
molesting the children near the teacher’s
desk area, while he simultaneously
distracted the victims by going over
classwork, Sheriff’s Office officials said.
Sheriff’s Office officials are asking
anyone with information
concerning the case to call the
agency at 407-348-2222 or
Crimeline at 1- 800-423-8477,
where information leading to a
felony arrest may be eligible for a
reward of up to $1,000.