The Brighton teacher at the center of a student sex scandal is back in jail.
Carrie McCandless, who is accused of having "everything but sex" with a student she chaperoned on a school camping trip, surrendered to the Larimer County Detention Center early Wednesday.
Larimer County Judge James H. Hiatt signed a new arrest warrant for McCandless, 30, after prosecutors said she violated bail by contacting the alleged victim last week.
Sheriff’s spokeswoman Eloise Campanella said McCandless is being held without bail, and her next court appearance has not yet been set.
Her lawyer, M. Trent Trani, said if the teenage boy received a telephone call, it wasn’t made by McCandless.
McCandless’ bond on the original case has been revoked, and she is now being held in lieu of an additional $25,000 bond on charges she violated her bail bond condition, which is itself a class-six felony, Larimer County District Attorney spokeswoman Linda Jensen said.
McCandless has been fired from the Brighton Charter High School, where her husband, Chris, is principal.