UPDATE: A judge revoked Johnthony Walker’s bond Monday morning after his arrest in Nashville last month on an aggravated statutory rape charge.

Walker remains in jail in Davidson County.


PREVIOUS: Johnthony Walker is in a Davidson County detention center after being arrested Thursday night in Nashville.

The Davidson County Sheriff's office booked Walker on one charge of aggravated statutory rape, a felony charge. He was jailed in lieu of $350,000 bond.

If convicted, Walker may be required to register as a sex offender.

District Attorney General Neal Pinkston's office has filed a motion to revoke Walker's bond from the Woodmore conviction.

READ MORE | Woodmore mother calls on parents, educators following statutory rape arrest of Johnthony Walker

Walker is the driver of the Woodmore Elementary School bus that crashed in November of 2016, claiming the lives of six children. Walker was convicted on the six counts of criminally negligent homicide and sentenced to four years in prison.
He was out of jail on house arrest.  
READ MORE |  Woodmore Bus Crash     

Channel 3 obtained an affidavit which says Walker admitted to having sex with a 14-year-old girl. The victim's parents called police after finding out their daughter had sex with Walker, "over the course of the last couple months," according to the affidavit. 

Court documents reveal Walker admitted to staying with the girl's family over the last few months. While living there, Walker allegedly started a "consensual" sexual relationship with the victim. Walked admitted to having sex with the girl five times.

Walker is being held on $350,000 bond in the Hill Detention Center. 

He was in Nashville, out on bond in connection to the 2016 Woodmore bus crash that killed 6 children.

Walker is scheduled to appear in court Monday afternoon.