By Kenneth Garger. June 18, am Updated June 18, am. A plea deal agreed upon by an Idaho woman accused of having sex with teenage boys was reportedly rejected by a district judge on Wednesday. Amanda Katherine Steele, 34, had struck up an agreement with prosecutors over the case stemming from her November arrest for allegedly sleeping with teens who would skip school to see her, East Idaho News reported. The teens reportedly consented to the encounters. But Steele was charged under a state law that says and year-olds cannot consent to sexual relations with adults at least five years older in age, the report said.
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Get the latest news and important stories. Download the free Knewz app for iOS and Android. As reported by East Idaho News , District Judge Darren Simpson struck down the proposed amended charges filed against year-old Amanda Katherine Steele, from the town of Soda Springs, who was initially charged with three felony counts of child sexual battery committed by lewd conduct, regarding her alleged sex acts with teen boys. District Judge Darren Simpson did not think the amended charges filed against Amanda Katherine Steele, 34, fit the alleged sex offenses. The signed plea agreement changed three felony counts of child sexual battery committed by lewd conduct to two counts of felony injury to a child. According to court documents, the boys would skip school and Latter-Day Saint seminary so that they could have sex with Steele, who was living in Arco, Idaho, at the time of the inappropriate sexual relations. Amanda Steele as seen during her socially-distanced legal hearing. The man claimed that he returned home one day to find his then-wife and one of the minors canoodling in the family hot tub. The man shared that he came home one day to find Steele and one of her victims snuggling in a hot tub.
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