A former Three Springs counselor pleaded guilty to having sexual contact with a teen while employed at the youth home formerly located in Madison.
Amanda Williams faces up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to Sodomy 2nd degree. She made a “blind plea”, which means that she did not know her sentence in advance. She will be required to register as a sex offender and has been ordered to have no contact with her victims.
Williams was originally charged with three counts of a having sexual contact with a student as well as the sodomy charge. As part of her guilty plea, the other three charges were dropped.
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