Kaitlyn Hunt accused of violating terms of pre-trial release in Sebastian teen-sex case

VERO BEACH — Prosecutors contend that Kaitlyn Hunt violated a pretrial order to have no contact with the victim in her teen-sex case, a violation that could put her back in jail, court records show.

A court motion, filed by the State Attorney's Office earlier today, alleges that Hunt put an iPod in the girl's locker at Sebastian River High School on March 1.

Read the court filing: (Warning - Graphic Content)

Since then, according to the motion, Hunt has been in almost daily contact with the girl, using text messaging and Facebook — totaling 20,000 text messages.

And, the motion states "the state is in possession of over 25 lewd and lascivious photographs the defendant sent the child victim," a schoolmate who was 14 years old at the time Hunt is said to have had sexual relations with her.


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