Air Date: Friday, October 04, 2013
Time Slot: 10:01 PM-11:00 PM EST on ABC
Episode Title: "N/A"
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"OUT OF BOUNDS" ON "20/20"

Hour Includes Exclusive Jailhouse Interview with the High School Cheerleader Who Engaged in a Same-Sex Underage Relationship that Made National Headlines Airing Friday, October 4, 10 pm on ABC

What happens when you do something thoughtless, questionable, or just flat out wrong? Can a teacher, policeman, even a high school cheerleader survive the glare after they each allegedly crossed the line? "Out of Bounds," featuring an exclusive jailhouse interview with the high school cheerleader who engaged in a same-sex underage relationship that made national headlines, airs on "20/20" on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 (10:00 - 11:00 pm ET) on the ABC Television Network. Anchored by Elizabeth Vargas and David Muir, reports include:

· It was the girl crush that became a crime. Kaitlyn Hunt, 18, engaged in a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old in the high school they attend. She is charged with lewd and lascivious battery of a child. But is the reason Hunt is being targeted because hers was a same-sex relationship? For the first time since the case made national headlines, Kaitlyn Hunt breaks her silence in an exclusive interview with ABC News Correspondent Matt Gutman, just as the announcement of a plea deal is reached.

· Do the badge and blue lights make some cops feel like they can ignore posted speed limits when they are not involved in high-speed chases? "20/20" travels to Raleigh, North Carolina to confront some speeding cops about the potential consequences of their actions. Matt Gutman reports.

· Cynthia Ambrose was such a disciplinarian, she was nicknamed "The Enforcer" by her peers at Salinas Elementary School in San Antonio, Texas. A teacher known for her tough love, it was in her classroom where all the problem children were brought for "time out." But for the first time in her 11 year career, it is Ambrose being given the time out. Ambrose was accused of ordering a classroom full of kindergartners to hit another student who was perceived as being a bully. But Ambrose claims it was only one child, and she never ordered the hit. Would a jury believe this well-respected teacher or a seven-year-old child? Both speak exclusively to John Quinones.

· A forced strip search of a woman by some male cops; body cavity searches on the hoods of cars; bra-jiggling drug searches; pat-downs that feel strangely similar to groping´┐Ż are some cops copping feels while keeping us safe? Deborah Roberts reports.

David Sloan is senior executive producer of "20/20."

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