(BILLINGS GAZETTE) — Yellowstone County prosecutors on Monday moved to revoke a deferred prosecution agreement involving a former Senior High teacher accused of raping a student.

A District Court motion filed by Chief Deputy County Attorney Rod Souza states that Stacey Dean Rambold has violated the terms of the deferred prosecution agreement by being terminated from a sex offender treatment program.

The motion seeks to set a new trial date in the case that in October resulted in a $91,000 wrongful death settlement between School District 2 and the family of Rambold’s victim, who took her own life at age 16.

The prosecution motion to revive the case against Rambold is the latest development in a case that began in 2007 when Rambold allegedly had sexual contact three times with a then-14-year-old female student, Cherice Moralez.


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