“She advised there was no evidence that could corroborate her story,” according to the affidavit. “Ralston also retracted her statement of being attracted to [the child] and had romantic feelings toward [him].”
Ralston is scheduled to return to court July 22.
If found guilty of the four felony charges, she could be sentenced to 80 years imprisonment in the Indiana Department of Correction.
On Wednesday, Childplace released a statement published at WDRB.com. It reads: “Childplace has required and continues to require the highest level of professionalism from its staff. The staff member allegedly involved is no longer employed by Childplace.”