A former Massachusetts schoolteacher who was found with a student at a West Virginia motel has pleaded not guilty to rape.
Lisa Lavoie, 24, was arraigned Tuesday in Hampden Superior Court in Massachusetts on three counts of aggravated rape and abuse and three counts of statutory rape.
Lavoie and a 15-year-old student were reported missing Feb. 16 and were found a week later. She was fired from her job.
Lavoie already pleaded not guilty in March to enticing a minor. Her attorney, David Hoose, says the new charges were not unexpected.
He says Lavoie is "very upset by the whole experience that she went through."
She is out on $25,000 bail.