Law enforcement vehicles line a roadway in Connecticut, Nov. 4, 2013. REUTERS/Michelle McLoughlin

A former Connecticut special education teacher, who is on trial for having sex with students, landed in more trouble after she was caught in a car with one of her alleged victims. Laura Calladio Ramos of Milford had been ordered not to be in contact with the teen, police said.

Ramos was stopped by the police on June 22 in Waterford after she was seen talking on a cellphone while driving. Later they learnt Ramos was traveling with one of her alleged victims in her pending sexual assault case, Connecticut Post reported. Ramos was taken into custody and charged with violating a protective order, which had prohibited her from making any contact with two students in the case.

Ramos resigned from her position at Central High School in Bridgeport on June 20, 2017, after a student told another teacher the 32-year-old was having sexual intercourse with one of her students. Investigators believe Ramos may have sexually assaulted other students as well.

"Please be assured that the safety and welfare of our students is our main priority at Bridgeport Public Schools, and we make every effort to ensure the ongoing safety of our students," the district said in a statement. "We take seriously all allegations of inappropriate conduct which threatens the well-being of our students, and such misconduct will not be tolerated."

Another student told school officials Ramos began a texting relationship with him, and allegedly confided to him about her marital problems.

"Ms. Ramos would complain that her 'man' or 'guy' does not want to have sex or do anything with her," according to police documents.

Ramos, whose husband recently divorced her, is awaiting trial on two counts of second-degree sexual assault. She is currently out on bail on $50,000 bond, and is expected to appear in court Thursday before Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin.

"Laura Ramos has faithfully attended every court appearance and will continue to do so," Ramos' attorney, Edward Gavin, told the Connecticut Post. "We will address the motion [to revoke her bond] at the hearing."