Florida Teen Gets Jail for Underage Sex - Update
(Sebastian, Florida) Last October, former Sebastian River High School student Kaitlyn Hunt was sentenced in accordance with a plea agreement to three months in jail for engaging in a lesbian relationship with a 14-year-old girl.
Hunt, 19, was also sentenced to two years of house arrest and three years of state supervision. Additionally, if Hunt avoids trouble for 10 years, she won't have to register as a sex offender.
In December, Hunt was released from jail. She reportedly has moved on and now pursues her lesbian proclivities with an older woman.
Hunt confirmed that she’s opening a new chapter of her life with a much older girlfriend—a 27-year-old woman named Latasha Thomas.I suggest Hunt will see much heartache in her future.
Florida Student Faces Lewd & Lascivious Charges
[Previous 5/19/13 post]
(Sebastian, Florida) An 18-year-old student at Sebastian River High School, Kaitlyn Hunt, has been accused of engaging in a lesbian relationship with an underage girl.
Hunt faces counts of felony lewd and lascivious battery on a child ages 12 to 16.
In September, after Hunt turned 18, she and the other girl, a freshman, began dating and expressed their relationship in “intimate ways,” the family said.Hunt was expelled from Sebastian River High School.
But when the basketball coach found out about their relationship, Hunt was thrown off the team and the other girl’s parents were notified.
The parents then told police, and a phone call was recorded between their daughter and Hunt in which the girls discussed their relationship, Gay said.
The age of consent in Florida is 18.