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Teacher who had sex with student in cemetery going back to jail

EASTON, Pa. - A substitute teacher in Northampton County who admitted to having sex with a student at a cemetery is going back to jail.

Prosecutors say Kelly Aldinger admitted to trying to send multiple text messages and Facebook messages to the student after she was released from prison.

As a result of the confession, Aldinger was discharged from the sexual offender treatment program and sent back to prison for 18 to 36 months to be followed by two years state followed probation.

Aldinger was caught having sex with an Easton Area High School student in May.

She later pleaded guilty to institutional sexual assault.

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