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Foster Mom Facing Rape Charges Violated Court Order

A woman who is being charged for allegations that she was partaking in a sexually intimate relationship with a teenage boy for whom she provided foster care has been accused of making contact with him when she was ordered by a judge against doing so.

43-year-old Christina Davis Jolly, previously a middle school teacher and foster mother, was reported to the authorities with regards to the safety of the 15-year-old boy in her care.

An investigation resulted in Jolly’s arrest in August, based on allegations that she had been sexually abusing the boy for a period of 11 months.

Jolly was cooperative regarding relinquishment of her foster parenting rights of the alleged victim, and at her pretrial, the judge assigned a $200,000 bond in addition to prohibiting her from having any contact with the boy.

The authorities reported that they believed Jolly had sent an email to the boy, going against the conditions of her release. It is also purported that she was using social media to stay in touch with the alleged victim, which resulted in the confiscation of her computers for a more thorough investigation.

On December 27, Jolly was arrested and jailed in lieu of $200,000 bond for allegedly violating the court order. An investigation regarding the sexual charges, in addition to the new accusation that Jolly made contact with the boy, is still being conducted.

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