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Former Lake Orion girl's lacrosse coach faces sex charges

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A booking photo of Reanna Douglas, 21, released by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office. A booking photo of Reanna Douglas, 21, released by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office.

LAKE ORION, Mich. (AP) -- A 21-year-old former high school girl's lacrosse coach faces charges stemming from an alleged relationship with a female student.

The Oakland County sheriff's office says Monday in a release that Reanna Douglas of Auburn Hills was arraigned on third-degree criminal sexual conduct charges.

Sheriff's officials said the family of a 15-year-old at Lake Orion High School reported an inappropriate relationship.

Douglas had been contracted to coach the team. Her contract was terminated after the district learned of the allegations.

Douglas was given a $15,000 bond at her arraignment last week in Rochester Hills District Court.

Her attorney, John Freeman, tells the Detroit Free Press that Douglas is presumed innocent and there are no allegations of force or coercion.

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