***UPDATE 3: Fla. teen charged over same-sex underage relationship accepts plea deal; won’t have to register as sex offender, report says
(CBS) VERO BEACH, Fla., October 3 – ____ ____, the Florida 19-year-old charged over a same-sex relationship with an underage classmate, has accepted a plea deal that will allow her to be released from jail December 20 and not have to register as a felon or sex offender, reports CBS affiliate WPEC. Full Article
***UPDATE 2: ____ ____ offered new plea deal
VERO BEACH, Fla., October 1 — ____ ____, the Treasure Coast woman embroiled in a sex scandal involving an underage former schoolmate, has been offered a new plea deal, WPBF 25 News has learned.
… ____ rejected a plea offer from the state several months ago, and was even offered a second deal in August, but prosecutors took that off the table when they gathered evidence suggesting Hunt violated a judge’s order to stay away from the alleged victim, now 15 years old.
… It’s not clear if ___, who is currently in the custody of the Indian River County Jail, has been given a deadline to decide whether she’ll accept the offer. If she does, she wouldn’t have to register as a sex offender, which was a key sticking point when the first plea deal was offered. Also, she’d avoid a felony conviction on her record, and eventually could have the entire ordeal expunged. Full Article
Florida prosecutors have offered teenager ____ ____ a new plea deal — one that would keep her out of jail, even if she’d have to admit wrongdoing — tied to charges she’s facing for having sex with a then-14-year-old girl, a state attorney said Wednesday.
____ , who turned 19 on Wednesday according to her family, is charged with two felony counts of lewd and lascivious battery after the parents of the 14-year-old went to authorities. ____ ‘s family says their relationship was consensual, though in Florida a person under the age of 16 is not legally able to give consent to sex.
Bruce Colton, state attorney for Florida’s 19th judicial circuit, told CNN that his office offered ____ the latest plea deal in July.
Under its terms, she would plead to two misdemeanor battery counts and one felony count for interference of child custody — a charge that could be expunged later from her record — said Colton.
In exchange, ____ would be subject to a curfew, would have to do community service and would be on probation, he added. But she would not face jail time, nor would she have to wear an ankle bracelet or have to register as a sex offender.***
An 18-year-old Florida cheerleader must decide by Friday whether to accept a plea deal that would spare her prison time for a sexual relationship she had with an underage female classmate. ___ ___ faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted on the two charges she faces of lewd and lascivious battery on a minor. She also would have to register as a sex offender for the rest of her life.
The Florida state attorney has offered ___ a plea deal that would label her as a convicted felon and require her to attend sex offender counseling. She also would be under house arrest for two years. Full Article