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A Connecticut high school teacher was arrested for allegedly having sex a handful of timeswith a special education student, then denying and destroying evidence of the acts.

Laura Ramos, 31, was charged Tuesday with second-degree sexual assault, according to theConnecticut Post. Police arrested Ramos, who is a wife and a mother, after she admitted to havingsex with an 18-year-old student while she was teaching at Central High School in Bridgeport.

Authorities were called to the high school after another student reported the sexual assault toofficials, WFSB reported. The student, named witness 1 in court documents, told school officialsthat Ramos began texting him first as a 'normal teacher' helping a student. Ramos then beganconfiding in him, allegedly complaining about her man or guy -- believed to be the teen she hada sexual relationship with.

The student witness told police he saw Ramos and the teen make eyes at each other and flirt,court documents alleged.

Ramos would also allegedly complain to the student witness that her man wouldn't want to havesex or do anything, tried to have him buy weed for her, and send him sexually inappropriatecontent.

Police took screenshots of Ramos' text to the student witness before approaching the formerteacher, who denied having sex with the teen, according to WFSB. Ramos, however, said she did havea close relationship with him.

In a second interview, Ramos admitted to police she had sex with the teen a handful of timesin her car, adding that it began in December and ended in April. She said she had previously talkedto the teen about denying their relationship and had deleted all her texts.

Ramos submitted a letter of resignation to the school on June 20. School officials told WFSBtermination proceedings have been initiated

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