Posted on | October 1, 2013 | 73 Comments
Special conditions in the plea include:
*Hunt remains jailed until December 20, and on that date, probation will convert to community control.
*She shall have no contact directly or indirectly, including electronically or through third parties, with the victim.
*If the victim initiates contact, Hunt shall not respond in any manner.
*Hunt shall remain at least 500 feet from the victim, her residence, place of work, and school at all times. If Hunt becomes aware that she is within 500 feet of the victim, she shall immediately remove herself to a distance of at least 500 feet.
*Hunt shall submit to warrantless search and seizure by the probation officer (and law enforcement at the request of the probation officer), of her residence, car, phone, and computer.
*Hunt shall provide the probation officer with immediate and full access to telephone and Internet communications including call logs, text logs and messages, instant messaging logs and messages, emails, social media accounts, Skype or similar accounts, and account names, numbers and passwords for all accounts. And Hunt shall not use any such account belonging to any other person nor allow any other person to use any such account belonging to her.
*Hunt shall complete 150 hours of community service at a minimum 15 hours per month commencing upon her release from jail.
*Hunt shall submit to a Florida department of corrections-approved psychological evaluation and successfully complete recommended treatment, if any, at her own expense. She shall waive confidentiality regarding all aspects of the evaluation and treatment.
*Hunt shall submit to electronic (GPS) monitoring during the entire term of supervision.
*Upon completion of one-year of community control, Hunt may ask the court to convert the remainder to probation with the same terms and conditions.
*During her probation, Hunt shall observe a curfew from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.
*Hunt may transfer probation to any state that will accept supervision, and if she transfers out of Florida, electronic monitoring will be discontinued. If Hunt returns to Florida, electronic monitoring will resume immediately.
*Hunt shall pay restitution to be determined to the Crimes Compensation Trust Fund, costs of investigation, costs of prosecution ($828.00), costs of incarceration, and standard felony court costs in equal monthly installments to commence upon her release from jail. Hunt also stipulates that she has the ability to pay all costs at the date of sentencing.
*There shall be no early termination of probation, and there shall be no modification of the standard or special conditions of community control or probation without the agreement of the State Attorney’s Office.
*The sentences on all counts are to run concurrently.
This appears to be far more strict probation than the first deal Hunt was offered in April or the second deal she was offered in July, but then again, that was before they caught her sending nude photos and a masturbation video to the victim, who is now 15.