'We’re doing fine. We’re doing awesome,' he had told the New York Post last June. 'No, there’s nothing true about that, at all. We’re not getting a divorce.'
Mother-of-one Sayer is accused of seducing football player Kevin Eng, 16, while she was a teacher at Brooklyn's James Madison High School.
She was released on $10,000 bond after turned herself into the NYPD Special Victims Squad and was charged with eight counts of third-degree rape and criminal sexual conduct.
Sayar is currently suspended from her job without pay pending the result of the criminal case.
Sayar - who is facing more than four years in jail - was supposed to be tutoring the footballer in her office while his teammates were using the weight room next door.
The parents of the 16-year-old have also filed a $10million lawsuit against the married English teacher.
According to the Post, Kevin was boasting about the sexual trysts on Facebook and to other students in detention.
Football teammate Eddie Reid, 16, said they quickly grew suspicious, telling the Post: 'We had weight training every day in sixth period, but instead of going to the weight room, Kevin was going to her office — and the door was locked.
'People would go to the door and try and open it. She’d just yell "Go to class!" and "Get out of the hallway!",' Reid said.
The lawyer representing Eng is claiming his client was traumatized by what happened and that it left him the 'subject of scorn and ridicule'.
But other students said he was proud of the affair.
The school found out about the alleged sexual relationship when Kevin's girlfriend became suspicious last November.
Sayar replied: 'Oh no - I’m not putting myself out there again. I made that mistake last night and you couldn’t handle it.'