Armando Ramirez was having sex with a married colleague, as a teenager, was left unable to escape the sweltering heat on a school bus, according to the court documents.
WHITTIER, California. – Shocking details about the driver, convicted for the death of an autistic Whittier teen left in a hot school bus.
A court filing says the driver, Armando Ramirez, was having sex with a married colleague, as a 19-year-old Paul Lee is left unable to escape the sweltering heat in September 2015.
Lee was caught on the bus for 7 hours. He was later found dead.
His family is suing the bus company, and the Whittier School District.
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Attorneys for the family say Ramirez and his mistress sent a flurry of explicit text messages to each other.
The lawyers say Ramirez was so distracted inception, rendez-vous, that he did not notice the 300 pounds of non-verbal teenager, but a few rows behind him.
Ramirez is serving a two year prison sentence in Lee’s death.
This story originally appeared on FOXLA.com.