A Texas high school algebra teacher called off her wedding this month after she was arrested for allegedly having sex with a 16-year-old student — who apparently started the fling by inviting her to steamy Snapchat sessions.
Alaina Ferguson, 23, of Plano, was released from jail in lieu of $100,000 bond after being booked on charges of sexually assaulting the boy, according to Fox 4. Ferguson was also ordered to wear an electronic monitoring device and deactivate all social media accounts.
The alleged relationship began at the beginning of the school year when the Plano Senior High student wrote his Snapchat handle on a test and gave it to Ferguson, according to an arrest warrant obtained by the local Fox affiliate.
Shortly after speaking on the app, Ferguson met up with the teen in Lewisville, where they reportedly had sex on a park bench.
Ferguson is accused of sending the boy nude selfies, plying him with alcohol and having sex with him in her fiancé’s apartment while he was out of town on a hunting trip just two weeks after their initial encounter.
They went on to have sex at the apartment on several more occasions and also played beer pong, according to CBS.
Ferguson — who quit her job in October after just two months of working at the school — allegedly last had sex with the teen in November in the back of the teen’s pickup truck after a football game.
Ferguson told the victim that she knew their relationship was “not the right thing to do, but it felt right of the time,” according the arrest warrant.
She also told him that she was going to break off her engagement because she “didn’t feel anything” with her fiancé.