SAN BERNARDINO (CBSLA.com) — A former Redlands teacher charged with having sexual relations with multiple students and having a baby with one of them was sentenced Tuesday to one year in county jail and five years’ probation.READ MORE: Suspect Identified As Shawn Laval Smith In Murder Of Brianna Kupfer, Hancock Park Furniture Store Employee Found Stabbed
Laura Whitehurst, 28, took a plea bargain on July 31 and pleaded guilty to six of 41 felony counts of unlawful sex acts with three minors.
Four of the counts involved victim number one, who fathered Whitehurst’s child, police said.
At the sentencing, the father of Whitehurst’s child spoke out against the plea deal, saying, “Whitehurst’s criminal actions against me have scarred me emotionally and will affect every relationship I have for the rest of my life.”
The other 35 counts against Whitehurst were dismissed.
“He has the right to voice his opinion and I respect his opinion as a victim in this case,” San Bernardino County Deputy District Attorney Melissa Rodriguez said.