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At a cafe, Dan expresses his gratitude towards Vanessa and asks what she would like in return.She simply states that his annual christmas CD mix is more than enough. Vanessa spends a lot of time with the Humphrey family, sharing a close bond with all of them since they've all known her for such a long time. When Dan becomes friends with Nate, and Nate starts dating Vanessa they all become close.and Vanessa realizing their feelings for one another. After Georgina has her baby, Milo Humphry, Dan starts to shut everyone out, but when Vanessa returns from Hati she is the first to find out about Milo.After Dan finds out that Milo isn't his biological and Georgina takes him to live with her parents Vanessa moves in with Dan.The producer put him in touch with detectives and an investigation was launched after he made contact with police in February last year.Burr, 73, is the leading public school's second former teacher to be jailed in as many months in separate prosecutions.
After Serena gets in a car accident, Dan and Vanessa are at the hospital, and Dan tells Vanessa that he loves her.
Finally in "The Lady Vanished", she admits that she loves him as well and that although she doesn't want to ruin her friendship with him, she wants to explore these feelings, starting with being "friends with benefits". Their relationship becomes problematic when Vanessa secretly applies to NYU's program for writers, Tisch, which Dan has also applied for.
Despite their competition, Vanessa is chosen by the program and although this causes further issues between the two, Dan eventually expresses pride in Vanessa.
The house tutor and physics teacher, who was responsible for patrolling bathrooms and dormitories, also became sexually aroused when he played with boys in the swimming pool, Mr Hossain said.
Founded in the 16th century, Christ's Hospital charges boarders up to £31,500 a year and counts Sir Barnes Wallis, inventor of the bouncing bomb, and poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge as alumni.
Judge Christine Henson said he had demonstrated a "gross abuse of trust" and preyed on vulnerable boys who were reluctant to speak out after they had been given a place at the school because a parent had died or their family had a low income.