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Report: Okla. mother charged with child rape slips love note in burrito

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(CBS/AP) NORMAN, Okla. - Love can take many forms... but a breakfast burrito?

Oklahoma woman Amy Blose was already accused of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old boy when she reportedly tried to contact him again, with a love note tucked inside the wrapper of a burrito.

For that apparently distasteful display, Blose finds herself back behind bars, according to RadarOnline.

On Friday, a judge revoked the bond of the 37-year-old former nurse.

"Evidence is clear and convincing that she has made direct contact with teenage minors on more than one occasion. Evidence is clear she has had indirect contact with the alleged victim in this case," Cleveland County Judge Michael Tupper said

Blose had been free on $20,000 bond pending trial with the condition that she not have contact with children.

Blose is charged with eight counts of rape. Prosecutors say the alleged offenses occurred between Jan. 1, 2010, and Jan. 5, 2011.

Court papers show that police were called on Jan. 5 by an adult who saw the alleged victim getting into a car with Blose. The boy's parents told police they were concerned he was involved in an inappropriate relationship.

Police interviewed the boy and other children, and issued an arrest warrant on April 4. Blose turned herself in the same day.

Several mothers acquainted with the victim were at Friday's hearing, including Angela George, who said children who knew the former hospital nurse are upset by the ordeal.

"They don't want to get her in trouble. They don't want to cause her kids to lose their mother. They are all crying daily about it. We could say we won, but what did we really win?" George said.

Blose has a preliminary hearing set for Nov. 10.

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