Lori Bouchard, 21, of Clinton, faces as much as one year behind bars under her plea agreement, the Hartford Courant reported. She pleaded guilty in Middletown to three misdemeanor counts of reckless endangerment.
Her lawyer, Jack O'Donnell, said he will request at her sentencing in September that Bouchard be spared any jail time. Her plea agreement calls for a three-year sentence with all but the first year suspended.
The investigation began in April 2011 when a Southington woman who had hired Bouchard to babysit her children learned from reading Bouchard's Facebook messages to her son that he and Bouchard were involved in a sexual relationship. She later admitted an earlier relationship with another 14-year-old.
Bouchard's mother, Kimmie, was sentenced to probation after admitting she gave one of the two 14-year-olds alcohol and marijuana.
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