Laura Ramos, 32, a former special education high school teacher was caught with one of her alleged victims, awaiting a sexual assault trial, police said.
(Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office)
A former special education teacher accused of having sex with two male students was in anticipation of her trial when she was caught by the police with one of her alleged victims, authorities said.
Laura Ramos, 32, who resigned from her position at the Central High School in Bridgeport, Connecticut, was charged with two counts of second-degree sexual assault last year after police said she admitted to having sex with one of her 18-year-old special education students “a number of times.” She was later to be a hit with another sexual assault charge after police said she had a relationship with another student.
Ramos was ordered not to have contact with her alleged victims and was freed on $50,000 bond. But when police pulled over Ramos on June 22, for the use of her mobile phone while driving, one of her alleged victims in the vehicle, a violation of her bond conditions, FOX 61 reported.
Ramos was charged with distracted driving, and criminal violation of a protective order.
“To be honest, what is going on here?” Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin asked Ramos during the session, the New York Post reported. “You go to the beach with a boy, that is the subject of your case. That is completely reckless.”
They spent an hour in the jail after posting $ 250,000, the Connecticut Post reported.
The police said Ramos made a complaint to one of the students that her now divorced husband not want to have sex with her. Later, the two met in a restaurant and had sex in the electrical room. The teenager told police Ramos texted him after to say it was the best sex she ever had.
Her case is pending in New London Superior Court. Meanwhile, authorities investigate if Ramos had sexual contact with other students.
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