Here’s the Indian River County Sheriff’s Case Summary on the Kate Hunt matter. Of course, Ms. Hunt is entitled to the presumption of innocence at her trial, but this report contradicts many of the claims advanced by her supporters. The white spaces are redactions done by the Sheriff’s Office. I have also blacked out the names of the victim’s parents and their address and phone number.
For example, the report cites a Facebook exchange in January during which Kaitlyn Hunt admitted to the relationship and that there could be consequences because she is 18. That’s before the victim’s parents reported the matter.
The report states that Kate initiated the relationship and not the victim.
The report states that the deputy who arrested Kate informed her parents of the charges at the time of the arrest. This contradicts her mother’s story.
It will be interesting to see what other facts come out at the trial.