West Virginia Teacher Pleads Not Guilty to Rape of Missing Student

A former Massachusetts schoolteacher who was found with a student at a West Virginia motel has pleaded not guilty to rape.

Twenty-four-year-old Lisa Lavoie was arraigned Tuesday in Hampden Superior Court in Massachusetts on three counts of aggravated rape and abuse and three counts of statutory rape.

Lavoie and a 15-year-old student were reported missing Feb. 16 and were found a week later.

She was fired from her job.

Lavoie already pleaded not guilty in March to enticing a minor. Her attorney, David Hoose, says the new charges were not unexpected.

He says Lavoie is "very upset by the whole experience that she went through."

She is out on $25,000 bail.