Kaylyn Huval is a 28-year-old middle school teacher who found herself in some major hot water when she was accused of having sex with one of her students.
The Louisiana teacher admitted it in court, pleading guilty to one count of carnal knowledge of a juvenile.
Huval was sentenced to 10 years in prison for having sex with a 15-year-old student.
The judge, however, suspended that sentence.
Guess how long she'll actually be spending behind bars?
She won't be spending any time in jail.
Instead, she'll face 5 years of probation, along with having her teaching career permanently suspended.
Huval will also find herself on the sex offenders registry and be disallowed from hanging around juveniles, other than family members.
The teacher's molestation of the minor went public when the mother of the teen victim filed a lawsuit against the school system.
Nola.com obtained a partial transcript of the suit:
“[Huval] would create situations and scenarios in which she would keep the minor student in the classroom after the other students in the class were dismissed for sexual activity which included acts of touching, kissing, hugging, all the way up to acts of oral and sexual intercourse.”
What do you think?
Was this sentence too lenient?