A Wisconsin woman who was accused of having sex with her teenage student while working as a teacher, including during her then-fiance's bachelor party, has been sentenced to jail time.
Sara Domres, 29, must serve two years behind bars after she had sex with the 16-year-old student at New Berlin West High School in 2015.
The former English teacher pleaded guilty in August to two counts of sexual assault of a student by school staff.
Domres' story made national headlines in part because contained in court documents was an allegation that one of her sexual encounters with the boy took place just before her husband's bachelor party.
She married her high school sweetheart in August 2015.
The relationship was alleged to have begun after the teen was a student in her sophomore English class.
During their relationship, lasting between April 2015 and January 2016, they reportedly exchanged more than 1,100 messages. One of the many text messages said, "I love being your baby boo. (heart emoji) run away with me!!! I want you forever," according to the criminal complaint.
The boy was "a virgin prior to having sexual intercourse" with the teacher, according to the police statement.
The police report also said that the couple had passed handwritten notes "of a sexual nature" to each other. One of them allegedly read: "I want to do you (smiley face) NOW!!"
According to a police report, three juveniles reported the relationship on January 16.
Police later uncovered multiple Internet searches from the student's phone from the previous day, the police report stated. One was a Yahoo search for, "how to delete a sent snapchat?" Another was a google search for "what evidence does a judge need to charge a teacher with sexual assault."
After details of the relationship came to light in January, Domres was immediately let go.
Domres must register with the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry and undergo sex offender treatment and must not teach again under any circumstance.