Texas woman, Alaina Ferguson, 25, was sentenced to three months in prison after having sex with a high school student in 2016
The high school teacher who called off her wedding after having sex with her teenage algebra student on a park bench has been sentenced to three months in prison.
But 25-year-old Alaina Ferguson will only spend two weeks behind bars annually, meaning the sentence could be served over the course of 11 years.
She also has to complete 150 hours of community service, pay an $800 fine, and will remain on the sex offender register for 10 years.
Ferguson pleaded guilty to having an improper relationship with a 16-year-old boy at Plano Senior High School in 2016 but was not convicted of her guilt under Texas law.
Instead she is under 10 years’ deferred adjudication probation.
In the state, it means she has not been found guilty by the court, instead the judge has delayed a conviction.
If Ferguson successfully completes probation the case will be dismissed.
Ferguson also has to complete 150 hours of community service, pay an $800 fine, and will remain on the sex offender register for 10 years
However, the arrest will appear on any criminal background check Ferguson undergoes.
She was originally arrested after a Snapchat flirtation led to nude selfies, al fresco sex, and the cancellation of her wedding.
Ferguson contacted him after he left his Snapchat username on a test paper, Fox 4 previously reported.
Ferguson pled guilty to having an improper relationship with a 16-year-old at Plano Senior High School (pictured) in 2016 but was not convicted and is on deferred adjudication probation
Ferguson quit the school in October, but had sex with the teen at least one more time, in November 2016, in the back of the teen’s pickup after a football game, police said.
But the teen kept talking about it after she left – and it looks like that might have given the pair away.
‘I heard the kid was just talking about it to his friends and I guess a teacher or a student over heard it,’ Plano Senior High Student, Andy Flores told CBS.