22-year-old Corissa McCalister had additionally been a cross country and track instructor at Steubenville Catholic Central High School during the time she had sex with the young boy, according to the Steubenville Herald-Star.
McCalister accepted a plea deal in which she confessed to the sexual attack for a reduced sentence of 2 years of probation as well as 80 hours of community service, WTRF reported. If McCalister fails to comply with those conditions, she would potentially be facing 30 months behind bars.
The victim had been a passenger in McCalister’s car heading home from a track meet when she pulled over at a close-by fairground and engaged in sex with the boy. The 15-year-old notified his mom that informed authorities with the school, they at that point contacted the cops.
McCalister had been charged back in April with 2 counts of sex-related battery. In the plea bargain, she confessed to one count so that the other would be dropped. She additionally lost her educator’s license and will be required to register as a sex offender.
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