UPDATE (KCEN) -- Two more witnesses were called to testify in the Yarbrough trial after the recess for lunch today.
The first was a therapist from the Children's Advocacy Center who began working with the victim about a year ago.
She described the victim as bright but socially and emotionally delayed. She also said the victim has a past with sexual abuse and has several traits that are common in sexually abusive relationships. The therapist said the victim would have already been vulnerable.
In one of the therapist's notes, she recorded the victim speaking of her relationship saying, "I wanted to run away but I was scared he would track me down."
One issue that was brought up is that what the therapist said does not follow what she said in the statement she gave when she had a sexual assault exam done. It was also mentioned that the victim never mentioned her mother in therapy.
Detective Stephanie Perry, who founded the Explorer Program, was also called to the stand. She took a leave from the program but in 2010 noticed there was not a male and female leadership presence at the meetings, so she volunteered to help with the program again.
Perry noticed Yarbrough would pick up the victim and other children and bring them to the meetings, an action she later believed was inappropriate.
A parent of another explorer approached Perry and mentioned that something was going on between the victim and Yarbrough.
Perry did not report what she was told but asked Yarbrough directly about the accusation. She said he was upset about the accusations. Since Perry respected Yarbrough, nothing ever came of the confrontation.
(KCEN) -- The victim in the Yarbrough trial and a forensic nurse took the stand to testify today in court.
Fifty-three-year-old Killeen Police Officer Kirt Yarbrough is accused of having a sexual relationship with the teenager.
He allegedly met the girl through the Killeen Police Explorer Program.
The victim testified about their relationship as the court went through her Skype conversations with Yarbrough. The conversation included talk of an HBO sex show and mentioned oral sex.
In one conversation, Yarbrough said, "I love you. I wish I could make you understand that. You need to grow up or I'm leaving this relationship." The victim claims he said that because she would not perform more oral sex acts than she had already done.
In another conversation, the victim said to Yarbrough, "I love you babe, a lot. I really, really do, sweetheart."
A forensic nurse also took the stand to testify today. She discussed two sexual assault exams performed on the victim.
The first exam was in July of 2010, when the victim claimed she was raped by a man named Angel Vasquez.
The second exam was on January 5, 2012 where a statement from the victim was taken. In the statement, the victim said, "My mom told me to date him because she found out he made a lot of money .... It took me a while to convince him because he was a police officer."
She said in one incident she had sex with Yarbrough twice at a Copperas Cove hotel near WalMart.
In the statement from the exam, the victim said, "I was only doing this because of my mom."
The victim claimed her mother became upset after she took her to the hospital for a pregnancy test because the victim was not pregnant. She said her mother wanted her to get pregnant because she wanted money from Yarbrough.