News Lesbian cheerleader sent back to jail over sex with minor High school cheerleader Kaitlyn Hunt is in jail after having under-age sex with a girl, High school cheerleader Kaitlyn Hunt's family claimed earlier this year that the victim's parents had gone to the police because of their daughter's gay relationship. The DailyMail in the UK r eports that prosecutors have withdrawn a plea deal with Hunt after it emerged last week that the year-old may have violated a court order by having sex as recently as two weeks ago. Circuit Court Judge Robert Pegg has since revoked bond, meaning she'll remain jailed until a trial. The judge also added a new charge to her court record - transmitting material harmful to a minor by electronic equipment, a third-degree felony. Sheppard testified about the electronic evidence he has, including nude photos taken April 3 and July 17 in Hunt's house, and thousands of text messages between Hunt and the girl.
We'll notify you here with news about Turn on desktop notifications for breaking stories about interest? Kaitlyn Hunt, a cheerleader and basketball player at Sebastian River High School, is facing two counts of felony lewd and lascivious conduct on a child ages 12 to 14 for her alleged relationship with a freshman classmate. She has denied the charges, which were filed earlier this year in Indian River County. The girls were 18 and 14 when they became sexually involved, according to an arrest affidavit by the county Sheriff's Department. The girls basketball coach at the high school found out about the relationship, told the younger girl's mother, who also works as a coach, and kicked Hunt off the team, according to Hunt's family.