Hunt was court ordered to have no contact with the minor girl, after being charged with “lewd and lascivious battery” in March for having a sexual relationship with the underage high school freshman.
At the time, Hunt’s uncle and family spokesman Andrew Gay said the charges were not about sexual contact between teens a few years apart, but over the family of the younger girl being unhappy with her being a lesbian.
“Our understanding from the other family is the reason they initially pursued this case is because they're unhappy with their daughter being a same sex relationship,” Gay said. “It would appear to be the case if Kate were a male this wouldn't be happening.”
Kaitlin, who was a cheerleader and basketball player at Sebastian River High School before she was expelled, has now been incarcerated once again “after authorities charged her with sending lewd photos and videos of herself to her underage girlfriend after being ordered not to contact the girl at all,” reports ABC.
According to the report, Kaitlin sent an unbelievable 20,000 text messages and photos, many of them of an explicit sexual nature. Hunt’s bond was therefore revoked, and Judge Robert Pegg ordered her jailed.
Indian River County Sheriff's child crime detective Jeremy Shepherd read many of the texts aloud at the hearing, in which Kaitlyn attended dressed in an orange jumpsuit and shackled.
Hunt’s attorney, Julia Graves, condemned prosecutors for releasing details, stating they only caused further embarrassment to both families.
“For (State Attorney) Chris Taylor to file a notice with those kinds of details in it, I just cannot begin to fathom why that was necessary,” Graves said. “If this matter had been considered properly in the beginning for what it truly is, we would not be where we are today – and that is with two devastated lives and two devastated families.”
Both girls have been shown to be in a consenting relationship, but since one is a minor, assault charges were properly brought forth.