On Tuesday, a former substitute teacher in the Dallas area was arrested and charged with having a sexual relationship with at least one high school student while she covered a class for a teacher on leave at Justin Kimball High School, reported WFAA.
In October, explicit text messages between former teacher Fallon Hunt and a student were discovered by the unnamed boy’s mother. The mother immediately called the Dallas ISD police, who brought Hunt in for questioning.
While she was in police custody, Hunt’s phone was examined by officers, who found photos of an additional high school student.
When police questioned that student, they were informed that there were other students who were also involved in a sexual relationship with Hunt. The student divulged names and Instagram accounts of those victims to police.
In a text conversation between Hunt and one student who graduated in May of 2015, the student referred to her as "wifey." In other messages, she called the student "my baby," the arrest warrant stated.
Police later questioned the victim involved in the messages and he admitted that he had had sex with Hunt multiple times between April and May of 2015.
Hunt has been charged with improper relationship between educator and student. The other incidents are under investigation. She remains in custody with bail set at $20,000.
(Photo: Dallas County Sheriff's Office)