What led to Fallon Hunt a Texas substitute teacher abusing her position of trust and authority and sexually preying on a student? Other possible victims?
Fallon Hunt a 28 year old Dallas, Texas substitute teacher has been arrested after being found to be having an illicit physical relationship with a teen student.
Upon her arrest, the woman was charged with having an improper sexual relationship with the boy, after intimate texts on the boy’s mobile phone were discovered by the mother.
According to WFAA, notice of Hunt’s improper relationship came to light after the victim’s mother called police in October.
In turn, Hunt who was covering for a teacher out on medical leave at Justin Kimball High School, was brought in by police for questioning and allowed investigators to search her phone.
Messages between Hunt and the student lead police officers to believe that she had an inappropriate relationship with him before he graduated in May 2015 notes a report via the dailymail.
During investigations, cops discovered texts in which the student referred to Fallon Hunt as ‘wifey’ (sic), with the teacher in turn calling the boy ‘my baby’ according to an arrest warrant.
During questioning, the victim involved in those messages admitted to investigators that he had had sex with Hunt numerous times between April and May of 2015.
Of note, cops also found photos of a second high school student, but it’s unclear what type of photos they were.
Police have since told of interviewing the second student while now saying there might be two other victims who may have had relationships with Hunt.
The student provided the names of those victims to police.
As of Wednesday, Hunt is still under investigation for possible additional charges.
Hunt is currently being held in Dallas County Jail in lieu of $20,000 bail.
The Dallas Independent School District (DISD) has yet to release a statement about Hunt’s arrest. Can you guess why?