A Michigan teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student on school grounds is facing more accusations this week.
Kathryn Ronk, 29, was charged on Monday with three additional counts of first-degree sexual conduct, one count of possession of sexually abusive material featuring a child, and one count of furnishing alcohol to a minor. The additional charges stem new evidence that police say suggest she had several other sexual encounters with the boy on a Sterling Heights street and at the victim's home in Macomb Township, according to WXYZ.
Ronk was charged last week with five counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct in Oakland County. Police say she had an illicit relationship with the unidentified student in a classroom at Bishop Foley High School where she worked.
School officials fired Ronk right after the alleged victim's parents filed a police complaint against her in May, the New York Daily News reports. The married woman had been employed by the school since last August.
Photos from Ronk's Facebook profile, shown below, appear to display a partying lifestyle. She's frequently seen making obscene gestures or with a beer in her hand.
She turned herself in to police last Wednesday, and posted 10 percent of her $500,000 bail. She'll be required to wear a GPS locator while she's out of jail, though she's scheduled to be arraigned on the new charges Wednesday.