Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 10/12/12

Former Bengals cheerleader Sarah Jones managed to avoid jail time earlier this week when she pleaded guilty to having sex with her 17-year-old former student while she was a high school teacher. Now that the trial has ended and the truth it out, Jones sounds like she is ready to begin an actual relationship with the now 18-year-old Cody York.
On Monday, Jones and York were seen holding hands as they left the courtroom following Jones’ guilty plea. In an interview with The Daily on Thursday, Jones spoke about their relationship.
“We still haven’t been on our first date yet,” Jones said while reportedly giggling.
The former Ben-Gal also said her parents are against her seeing York.
“My parents are against it,” Jones said. “But my parents are against everything at the moment.”
I can’t imagine why. Jones was married at the time she began her sexual relationship with York — who was a minor — and she got off without having to serve jail time or register as a sex offender. What she did was highly illegal, yet all she has to do to make it all go away is stay out of trouble for five years. It’s no wonder she’s giggling.
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H/T The Big Lead

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

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