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Former NFL Cheerleader Allegedly Raped 15-Year-Old She Met On Instagram

Molly Shattuck, an author and former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader, has been indicted and charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy multiple times after meeting him through Instagram.

Shattuck and the victim met on Instagram in May, according to documents seen by WBALTV. She gave him her number and they started talking. They first met in Columbia, Del., after Shattuck picked the boy up and drove to a middle school parking lot. According to the documents, Shattuck and the boy met "almost a half-dozen times" in July. More from WBALTV:

Key to the investigation is what allegedly happened Labor Day weekend in Delaware, where Molly Shattuck, her kids and some of her kids' friends were staying in a rented beach house. The boy stayed over one night.

The documents say, "Sometime around 2 a.m. Sunday morning, they drove to a liquor store and (Molly) Shattuck purchased a 12-pack of Miller Lite and a 12-pack of Bud Light for them."

The younger kids were left home alone. Once back at the house, Molly Shattuck allegedly performed oral sex on the boy, first outside the home while walking the dog and again in her bedroom.

The documents say "(the boy) described the undergarments (Molly) Shattuck was wearing when he entered her bedroom."

The documents say she allegedly performed oral sex on the boy and told him "if he wanted to have sex she would. The boy opted out. He decided to leave. At that point, she told him to come back later but he did not go back."

Shattuck was charged with four counts of unlawful sexual contact, two counts of third-degree rape, and three counts of distributing alcohol to a minor.

Update (11:21 a.m.): Shattuck turned herself in to Sussex County Superior Court and pleaded not guilty.

Update (12:41 p.m.): Shattuck and her husband, Mayo Shattuck, filed for divorce in the Circuit Court of Maryland on Sept. 29.


Top photo via YouTube; mugshot via Baltimore Sun

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