Kaitlyn Hunt, the Florida teen accused of an underage relationship with a female classmate, is expected to accept a plea deal on Thursday.

Hunt was arrested in February following her 18th birthday over having a relationship with a female student 3 years younger than herself while both attended Sebastian River High School. After posting bail, she was ordered to have no contact with the alleged victim.

Hunt was jailed in mid-August after prosecutors accused her of sending thousands of text messages to the victim, including some naked, a violation of the court's no-contact order.

The new deal requires Hunt to plea no contest to two counts of lewd and lascivious battery of a child 12 to 16 and serve three years of felony supervision, including two years of house arrest. But she won't have to stand trial or register as a sex offender.

According to NBC affiliate WPTV, both families have agreed to the deal.

β€œI think that this is a good resolution to the case,” β€œIt protects the victim and her family. It accomplishes what we want it to, which is to do that, which is to combine punishment with an ability for the defendant if she is able to comply with all of the conditions to go along with her life without a felony conviction, without having to register as a sex offender. I think it's a good resolution to this case.”