VIERA, Fla.,None - The Brevard County Sheriff's Office released a new report on Monday detailing the timeline of 32-year-old Alysia Flynn's arrest for having sex with a teenage boy.
Flynn, a former police officer and mother, faces nearly 100 charges of having sex with the teen, according to the report.
The report showed Flynn thought she was pregnant with the teen's child. It also states that two Viera High School coaches and staff members became suspicious of the relationship months before investigators were contacted.
WFTV uncovered details showing the teen's parents were aware of the relationship for at least one year.
A school parent and two coaches approached investigators with details of the relationship.
"We both talked to people," said the wife of one of the coaches who did not want to be identified. "No, we talked to people at the school."
The coaches claim they informed school officials about the inappropriate relationship last year.
According to the arrest affidavit, one of the school's coaches overheard students discussing Flynn's sexual relationships with members of the football team.
WFTV asked the wife of one of the coaches how the school responded.
"I don't know, I don't know what happened after that," she said.
The Brevard County School District said it immediately contacted law enforcement officers with the information, but that is not mentioned in the arrest affidavit.
The teenager's parents handed the teen's mobile phone over to investigators after Flynn claimed she was pregnant with his baby.
The report shows Flynn's mobile phone contained naked pictures of the teenager. Flynn could also face child pornography charges because of the mobile phone pictures.
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