GRAHAM, TX (KAUZ) - GRAHAM, TX (KAUZ) -A former Graham Junior High School Instructional Aide was arrested Tuesday for Sexual Assault of a Child, and Improper Relationship Between Educator and Student. Authorities said the arrest of 37-year-old Allison Amber Oliver was the result of an investigation in October following a complaint made by the Graham Independent School District.
Wednesday, Newschannel 6 obtained the arrest affidavit for Oliver. The alleged relationship started during summer of 2015, according to the affidavit.
The relationship was uncovered after a nude photo was circulating the school. The photo was rumored to be that of Allison Oliver, according to the documents.
A student claims he obtained the nude photo over Snapchat (a phone app), after allegedly telling Oliver he knew about the relationship she had with another student. If she didn't send a nude photo, the student would go to school officials.
As the photo was investigated, that's when officials were notified about an incident between Oliver and an eighth grade student at Graham Junior High, identified as John Doe.
The student, John Doe, told officials he went to Oliver's home on several occasions to visit with her daughter. However, as time progressed Oliver invited the victim to her home on occasions when no one was home.
The victim claims he had sex with Allison Oliver on two different occasions during summer 2015. During those two incidents, Oliver allegedly took the boy to a secluded spot behind Walmart.
The student claims, after each encounter he attempted to separate himself from her, according to documents. However, Oliver kept sending him messages, eventually claiming she loved him.
The affidavit shows, at one point Oliver allegedly told the student that once he turned 18-years-old they would run away together.
The Graham Police Department said a special prosecutor will present this case to the next Young County Grand Jury. Meanwhile, the superintendent for Graham Independent School District has not commented on the arrest.
However, this case is among a growing number of inappropriate relationships between student and educator across Texas. Over the past six years, the cases have increased 33-percent, according to the Texas Education Agency.
Starting with 141 reported cases in the 2009-2010 school year and growing to 188 cases in the 2014-2015 school year.
Be sure to stay with Newschannel six as we continue to follow this developing story.