Updated:MARION COUNTY, Fla. —
An Ocala teacher's aide will not spend another day in the classroom.
Votos, who used to work at Fort King Middle School, resigned Monday morning.
Police said Votos sent texts to a 15-year-old former student and even talked about meeting up for sex.
The Marion County School District says the former teacher's assistant at
Fort King Middle School just submitted his resignation because of text messages he's accused of sending to a former student.
"This particular individual helped students with special needs, so it's never appropriate to have any sort of outside communication, contact, but especially with kids who may not know any better," said Kevin Christian with Marion County Public Schools.
According to an incident report from the Ocala Police
Department, a 15-year-old former student accused Votos of buying her gifts and sending her inappropriate text messages.
Marion County Public Schools says Votos
had worked at Fort King Middle School since August 2010.
"At this point we don't believe that any other students are
involved. We certainly hope that's the case," Christian said.
Votos was arrested
on one count of "certain uses of computer services and devices."
He was released from the Marion County Jail on a