West Palm Beach, FL (August 8, 2019) – A 23-year-old teacher identified as Stacy Lorena Cabral was arrested after having an inappropriate relationship with a student.

The woman was arrested last Thursday morning after she engaged in sexual conduct with the 16-year-old student and also exchanged explicit photos and videos with them.

Deputies first started their investigation when the teen’s mother found sexually suggestive texts and photos between Cabral and her child. Cabral had been hired as a tutor for the child in May but, after a few days, the mother found the photos and texts.

The mother told Cabral that her services were no longer needed, which is when Cabral then apologized to her and told her that she would quit her job and stay away from her child.

However, a few days later, the woman went to Cabral’s home and found her teenager there. The child told deputies that they had feelings for Cabral and believed that they were able to date one another under state law.

Cabral had made many calls to the teen over a month’s time. During a warrant search, Cabral admitted to deputies that she was having an inappropriate romantic relationship with the child.

Now, Cabral is facing charges of solicitation of a minor and various other related charges. She is not permitted to have contact with the teenager or family.

West Palm Beach Solicitation of a Minor Laws 

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