A babysitter in Jacksonville, Florida, was arrested for physically abusing an infant, leaving the child with critical injuries. In this representational photo, a woman is seen being handcuffed in Artesia, New Mexico, Aug. 2, 2017. Getty Images /John Moore

A 33-year-old Indiana woman was arrested Tuesday after being accused of having sex with a minor. According to Evansville Police, Kendra Wilson was charged with child seduction and is currently in the Vanderburgh County Jail without bond.

It is believed that the mother of two was in a sexual relationship with the teenager and also performed oral sex. The two reportedly had sex multiple times and the woman told the boy if their relationship went public then her husband “would kill them both.”

According to a probable cause affidavit, the police department started investigating the case on Dec. 18 when the accusations were reported to the Department of Child Services. During questioning, the minor denied the accusations, but later told a forensic investigator that Wilson initiated a sexual relationship, the Daily Mail reported.

It remains unclear if more charges will be filed against Wilson. According to the affidavit, Evansville police plan to seek six charges of child seduction against the woman. Under Indiana state law, child seduction is a class D felony. Wilson could face up to 1.5 years in prison and a $10,000 fine if found guilty.

According to her Facebook page, Wilson's husband is a retired U.S. Army sergeant.

Recently, there were several incidents of adults having sex with minors, and in some cases, charges were filed against them.

Earlier this month, a former social worker in Florida was sentenced to six years in prison for having sex with a teenager she had adopted. Lauren Michelle Myres — a 26-year-old woman — was charged back in May following a tip to authorities indicating she was having an inappropriate relationship with the 17-year-old victim, who was assigned to Myres as one of the children she was tasked to assist at the nonprofit child protective services agency based in Pensacola.

“She eventually decided to foster the victim and ultimately adopted him,” First Judicial Circuit State Attorney William Eddins wrote in a news release. “After the adoption was finalized, it was discovered that Myres had been having sex with the victim.”

Myres, who was fired following her arrest, had been divorced for just nine days when she was arrested.