CNN — Is Kaitlyn Hunt headed to jail?
A Florida judge will decide the gay Florida teen's fate Tuesday after prosecutors pulled her plea deal when they discovered she'd exchanged about 20,000 text messages with the underage teen girl at the center of the case against her.
Prosecutors filed a new charge against Hunt, accusing her of "transmission of material harmful to minor by electronic equipment." In a court filing, the state said it violates Florida law for her to have sent the "harmful" texts to a minor.
Their relationship began when Hunt was 18 and the girl was 14. The girl's family said the relationship was sexual. Hunt's family has said the relationship was consensual, but under Florida law, a 14-year-old can't give consent.
Hunt, who turned 19 last week, was charged with two felony counts of lewd and lascivious battery.
Prosecutors had offered Hunt a deal: Plead guilty to one felony that could later be removed from her record and two misdemeanors in exchange for community service -- with no jail time and no mandatory ankle bracelet.
Now, prosecutors want her bond revoked after the discovery of the texts. They say Hunt violated a February court order to not contact the girl. There will be a hearing at 1 p.m. Tuesday in an Indian River County court.
Hunt had been free on bail while awaiting trial. She was booked into detention Monday night after her bail bond company declined to secure the $5,000 bond any longer and picked her up. Hunt can go free if her family or another bail bond company comes up with the money.
In court documents, prosecutors say Hunt gave the girl an iPod in February that was used to receive and send about 20,000 text messages between the two.
Prosecutors also said 25 photographs were also sent, and secret meetings took place between the two.
"These photographs are explicit and depict the defendant nude," the documents state.
Prosecutors also included examples of texts they say Hunt sent to the girl, including: "(N)o matter what if they find out we talked I'm going to jail until trial starts."
The state also said the girl told a detective that Hunt would drive her to "a remote location where they would have intimate physical contact." The court papers claim that the most recent meeting took place two weeks ago.
The Hunt family has refused to comment, and their attorney has not responded to CNN's request for an interview.
The case gained national attention when Hunt's family went public on Facebook after she was charged, detailing their daughter's case and essentially accusing the victim's family of going after their daughter because she is gay.
The younger girl's family said that isn't true and that they were only trying to protect their teenage daughter.
If convicted, Hunt could face 15 years in prison.