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UPDATE: Former Principal Pleads Guilty to Sex Crime

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Now an update on the case against a former Osceola County Principal accused of having sex with a student.

Alan Kullman plead guilty to criminal sexual conduct 1st degree this morning.

He was arrested for having sex with a 14-year-old student in the spring.

Kullman was the High School Principal in Evart until his arrest.

The court says there was a disagreement between the prosecutor and Kullman on the sentence and both sides decided to back out.

He will be sentenced November 16th.

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