BALLINGER - The victim who has accused a former Olfen educator of indecency took the stand Tuesday afternoon in the 119th District Court in Ballinger.

BALLINGER - The victim who has accused a former Olfen educator of indecency took the stand Tuesday afternoon in the 119th District Court in Ballinger.

During her testimony the now 14-year-old girl said that Ramon Gose Cavazos assaulted her multiple times between Sept. 3 and Nov. 11, 2016 in his classroom at the Olfen ISD campus located eight miles south of Ballinger.

Prior to the victim's testimony, Judge Ben Woodward instructed the court that the jury would not be allowed to consider any alleged incidents other than those referenced on Sept. 3 and Nov. 11, as indicated on the indictment.

District Attorney John Best asked the girl, who was 13 and in the 7th grade at the time of the alleged incidents to describe the incidents. She said Cavazos was tutoring her in math.

She said that Cavazos inappropriately touched her by "putting his hands down the front," of her pants.

"He said not to tell," she testified.

The victim recorded the incident on Nov. 11 via cell phone. Best played the audio for the jury. The victim could be heard saying "stop" and a male voice can be heard saying "I'm sorry," at the end of the recording.

Throughout the testimony, Cavazos was visibly upset, looking down and wiping his eyes frequently.

During cross examination, defense attorney Gene Clack pointed to discrepancies in the victim's account of the incidents by pointing out her testimony differed from what she originally told investigators.

Testimony in the case resumed Wednesday morning.