Kaitlyn Hunt has said that she regrets violating the terms of a no-contact order that led her to accept a plea deal last week.

In an interview from the jail where she is serving her sentence, Hunt told NBC affiliate WPTV that this is the first year that she will miss Thanksgiving with her family.

“I feel relieved too, a little bit, that everything's over and I'm not still going through this crazy thing,” Hunt said.

Hunt pleaded no contest to two felony charges in connection with an underage relationship with a female student. She'll spend 4 months in jail followed by three years of felony supervision, including two years of house arrest. But the deal lets her skip a trial and she won't have to register as a sex offender. Also, her record could be expunged after 10 years.

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.

“Yeah, I do regret it, because, you know, I trusted her as not only my friend but my girlfriend, too,” Hunt said. “And I felt like, you know, I was just set up in multiple ways. And I got hurt by her. I care about her as a person, you know, 'cause it's someone I dated for a long time. But I don't love her the way I did before.”

Hunt wouldn't answer whether an apology was in order. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)