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Maria Calvillo: Nurse's Aide Told Student to "Bend Me Over and F%# Me Tomorrow," Cops Say (NSFW)

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No one can accuse Maria Calvillo of being the world's most subtle sexter.

They can -- and have -- accused the Taylor High School nurse's aide of having an improper relationship with a student. The 38-year-old is accused of having sex with a 17-year-old senior at the Alief ISD school.

Court documents show that investigators were called in after the student's mother found sexually charged conversations between her son and Calvillo on Facebook.

The court documents offer a sample of the online conversations, and if true, they show Calvillo, also known as Molly Ortega, knows what she wants and isn't afraid of asking for it (Forgive the all-caps, but we guess they couldn't contain themselves. Also, it's NSFW):

Calvillo: IDK...UR GONNA HAAVE TO BEND ME OVER AND FUCK ME TOMORROW. tHIS IS TOO MUCH TORTURE!!! yU GOT SOOOO MANY FINE CHICKS ON UR FEED? Student: IDK NOT MY FAULT AND U SURE U WANT ME TO Cavillo: LOL. HELL YEA

Kinda reminds you of the love letters between Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West, don't it?

Court documents say that Calvillo admitted writing sexual messages to the student but denied having sex with him.

The student, however, described sex that was as classy as the Facebook messages:

On the morning of September 24, 2012 at around 0645 hours complainant and suspect entered the clinic storage room and engaged in sexual intercourse...while both parties were on the floor of the storage room with various items of clothing removed.

As of this writing, Calvillo is still in Harris County Jail; bail is set at $10,000.

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