"She's a predator," said the mother, who spoke to NewsChannel 4 provided she could remain anonymous for her family's protection. "I want to protect my son and any other children that are going to be after him. This isn't something that just goes away. This isn't a crush. This is a sickness. This is a disease. This is a problem that is not going to stop until it's made to stop."
Agents from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation first arrested Shelley Duncan in September, amid accusations of an inappropriate and at times sexual relationship with a 14-year-old boy.