Or did we do this one already?....So many I lost track Married female teacher, 33, who 'had sex with a 15-year-old girl at her home for seven months' is indicted on 16 charges +2 Lauren Mitchell, 33, has been indicted on 16 charges after she allegedly had sex with a 15-year-old girl who was a student at the school where she taught A New Jersey teacher who allegedly had sex and engaged in inappropriate conversations with a 15-year-old girl who was a student at her school has been indicted by a grand jury on 16 charges. Lauren Mitchell, 33, has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child, aggravated criminal sexual contact, sexual assault, contempt of a judicial order and official misconduct. Mitchell, whose husband is a firefighter, allegedly had sex with the girl, only identified as JJ, between October 1, 2014 and June 15, 2015, the indictment states. The two also allegedly had sexual conversations in texts and email. The girl turned 15 during the time frame, according to NJ.com. The alleged sexual activity is believed to have taken place in Mitchell's home. Mitchell was a second grade teacher at the Dr Lena Edwards Academic Charter School in Jersey City. She was arrested in June 2015 after staff at the school observed what they considered to be inappropriate behavior between Mitchell and the student during a class trip. The faculty members reported Mitchell to school officials and she was originally charged with aggravated sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child. Mitchell posted $150,000 bail and was told she could not contact the girl. But the married teacher was arrested again just a month later on contempt of court charges after she allegedly violated her bail conditions and contacted the victim. Prosecutors said the girl received two telephone calls from a restricted number, as well as a one-word text message in which the sender used Mitchell's 'pet name' for the girl. +2 Mitchell was a second grade teacher at Dr Lena Edwards Academic Charter School (pictured) in Jersey City Investigators then discovered Mitchell had researched how to restrict her number while making a phone call and had downloaded an application that would allow her to do so. Mitchell also searched for the girl's phone number, according to The Record. The girl did not answer either of the phone calls or the text message. Prosecutors argued that the judge should revoke Mitchell's bail because she was trying to contact her 'young impressionable victim' and had come 'very close to witness tampering'. Bail on the contempt charge was set at $50,000 with no 10 percent cash option. Mitchell's attorney has maintained she was merely a mentor to the girl and said she was suffering from an anxiety disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. He said Mitchell had a 'moment of poor judgement' when she attempted to contact the girl after her arrest and being placed on leave at the school.