Former Baltimore Ravens Cheerleader Indicted with Rape of 15-Year-Old Boy

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Former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader, Molly Shattuck, 47, has been convicted of having sex with a minor–a 15-year-old boy. Shattuck, once the oldest professional cheerleader in the NFL at 38, now faces two counts of third-degree rape, four counts of unlawful sexual contact, and three counts of providing alcohol to minors.

According to The Baltimore Sun, Shattuck had been in contact with the young boy for four months prior to her husband and former Constellation Energy CEO, Mayo Shattuck III, filing for divorce.

Shattuck and the boy–who goes to the same school as her own children–first began communication with one another via Instagram. The pair had their first intimate encounter at an AMC movie theater where the two kissed and touched each other. According to officials, Shattuck then began “to take him to a parking garage during lunch breaks from his summer chemistry class to make out and touch one another.” Over Labor Day weekend, the relationship was taken to another level at a rented beach house in Delaware where Shattuck supplied alcohol for her son and his friends. After she allowed the boys to party on the rooftop for several hours, she took the 15-year-old aside to a separate room in the house where she then performed oral sex on him. According to documents, Shattuck allegedly told the boy, “If he wanted to have sex she would.”

The boy eventually contacted officials on Sept. 26th, stating that he’d had an inappropriate relationship with the woman. Shattuck now faces a nine-count indictment, filed in Sussex County Superior Court.

According to ABC News, headmaster Charlie Britton of McDonogh School, where the kids attend, wrote in a letter that was sent home to parents:

“I want you to know that the parent has been prohibited from entering McDonogh’s campus and additional security measures have been in place to assure the safety of students since the incident was reported.”

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