LAKELAND, Fla. - The Polk County teacher arrested this week for having sex with her student left her old job in Orange County six years ago after being investigated for another inappropriate relationship with a student.
The student in that case was in the eighth grade.
Friday afternoon, the Orange County School District released their employee file on Jennifer Fichter.
Fichter resigned from Robinswood Middle School in the fall of 2008 after administrators suspended her and launched an investigation.
The more than 40-page internal affairs report details the trouble she found herself in.
According to the report, Fichter revealed to another teacher that she had feelings for the boy, and implied to another student that she wanted to have sex with him.
She reportedly said "he makes me melt into a puddle with those eyes."
Her co-worker told investigators that she told her she even dreamed about the boy one night. When asked what it was about, she said, "Oh my goodness, it was a goooood dream!"
The two then joked about Fichter going to jail for the comment.
Fast forward more than six years, and it is no joke -- Fichter is in jail, accused of having sex with a minor as many as 30 times in the backseat of her truck.
Police said she confessed to a love affair with a 17-year-old student and even claimed she got pregnant with his child but had an abortion.
When her mug shot hit the news, another couple came forward this week and said Fichter also had inappropriate conversations with their 17-year-old son two years ago.
After dodging serious allegations in Orange County, it begs the question, how did Fichter get a job in Polk County? A human resources representative for the district would not answer our questions directly, but repeated the district's statement that it's all part of the criminal investigation.