A former high school tennis coach accused of having sex with one of the students on his team was arrested again after authorities say he violated orders to stay away from the girl.
According to KSTP, the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office says former Visitation School coach Daniel Erik Hubbard Wilson, 27, violated the restraining order the day before Thanksgiving. It was the second time in the past two months he's been accused of not complying.
FOX 9 says Wilson was in a car with the girl, outside her therapist's office, when they were discovered together Wednesday.
An attorney representing the girl and her family told the Star Tribune Wilson has "shown that he has no regard for the law or the court order.”
Wilson was in jail through the weekend. His bail was increased to $50,000.
Wilson was charged in October with first- and third-degree criminal sexual conduct. The Ramsey County attorney’s office says he became sexually involved with the girl in September 2013 when she was 15. The relationship continued for about a year, according to the charges.
The girl’s father filed a request for a restraining order against Wilson on Sept. 29 in Ramsey County.
The fist time Wilson was accused of violating the restraining order came shortly after the charges were filed.
According to the criminal complaint, Wilson began contacting the girl on social media under a fake name, the Pioneer Press reported. They continued interacting via electronic communications, and twice met briefly, the charges say. Authorities also accuse Wilson of asking the girl to alter her statements in the case, the Pioneer Press said.