A former teacher jailed for having sex with her teenage students gets out of prison early.
A Warren County judge granted early release for Stacy Schuler on Tuesday.
The former Mason High School teacher has served one year of her four year sentence.
Schuler had sex with five students at her Springboro home in 2011.
She was convicted on 16 felony counts of sexual battery and 3 counts of providing alcohol to minors.
In court Tuesday, Schuler apologized for the pain she caused to the victims, their families and the community.
Her attorney argued Schuler should be released early because she has been a model prisoner and mentors other inmates.
The prosecution says her early release sets a bad example.
Schuler is on 5 years community control with several conditions. She must register as a sex offender every 90 days for the rest of her life. Schuler must also undergo alcohol and psychiatric counseling.