Amanda Kueht: Drug Counselor Arrested For Sexing Up Underage Patient

A West U substance-abuse counselor has been charged with having sex with a 16-year-old male patient.

Amanda Leann Kueht, 28, and the male were discovered by a West U cop a little after midnight July 25 in the back seat of a car in a church parking lot. They were partially dressed.

In court documents, the cop says the male said he had been a patient of Kueht's for about a year and had begun a sexual relationship with her about two weeks prior to the chuch-lot sex.

The kid was pretty forthcoming, according to the cop. He said Kueht had given him a blow job in the parking lot of his apartment complex, and he let it fly:

"He stated that he ejaculated on the defendant's face, breasts and stomach," which sounds like a whole lot of ejaculating.

He also said they had had sex during a counseling retreat in Idaho.

"The complainant further told [me] of numerous other sexual encounters" during the Idaho trip, and we're betting he didn't spare the details, although the cop does.

Kueht is listed as a managing counselor for Cornerstone Recovery in West U. A doctor there told Hair Balls she was unaware of the arrest; she said the attorney handling the matter for the Cornerstone board had advised her not to comment because the case was under investigation.

Kueht's bio says "She is completely dedicated to helping adolescents and their families recover. Mandy takes pride in being organized and dependable. Over time it has become apparent that she has a passion and enthusiasm for the 12 steps and helping others, as well as her own spiritual and mental growth."

She faces a felony charge of sex with a minor under 17. Bond has been set at $30,000.

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