Married pregnant teacher, 41, charged after ‘filming sex with student, 15, and sending him X-rated pics’

A MARRIED pregnant teacher has been charged after allegedly having sex on camera with a teen student and sending him explicit photos.

Heiry Calvi, 41, was removed from her classroom in Doral, Florida earlier this year after cops received a case referral from the state's Department of Children and Families in March.


She is accused of unlawfully soliciting or engaging in “sexual conduct and/or a relationship of a romantic nature”, according to a charge filed in a Miami-Dade circuit court.

If convicted, Calvi could face up to 15 years in jail.

The nature of the charge means she does not risk becoming a sex offender, the Miami Herald reports.

Prosecutors revealed charges, including lewd and lascivious battery, wouldn't be filed.

Her defense lawyer Orlando Rodriguez previously claimed the teen, 15, denied having sex with Calvi when he was quizzed by cops.

Rodriguez claimed: “The allegations against Ms Calvi were based on middle school rumors. This is why it is so important to let the process play out before a person is crucified in the media.

“Thankfully, before formal charges are filed, our legal system provides a process in which a prosecutor reviews the evidence and interviews the witnesses.”

Rodriguez expects the last charge "will ultimately be dismissed as well".

Prosecutor Jacob Castiñeira said only one count was being pursued "based on the conversation with the victim", according to the State Attorney's Office.

Detectives launched their probe earlier this year after a video allegedly showed Calvi having sex with a teen boy.

She allegedly sent the teen photos over WhatsApp and he is said to have shown other children the explicit videos, police said.

The pair allegedly expressed "love" for each other in a series of texts, according to arrest reports cited by the Herald.

It was also reported that the student also used Calvi's credit card.

The 41-year-old was arrested and was bonded out of jail last month.

Rey Valdes, a Doral spokesman, said Calvi didn't tell cops how many months she was pregnant.

She was hired by the Miami-Dade County Public Schools district in 2001.

In a statement, the district said it was "disturbed" by Calvi's arrest and alleged behavior.

When they learned of the accusations, school leaders say they immediately reassigned her to an administrative job at a non-school location.

In a statement, officials told CBS Miami: "The District will begin employment termination proceedings and will ensure the individual is prevented from seeking future employment with this school system.

"M-DCPS will continue to review its employee trainings to ensure that our workforce is fully aware of the District’s professional expectations of them and their ethical obligation to safeguard children.”

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