32-Year-Old Woman Arrested For Letting Young Teen Boys Fondle Her Breasts

| by Jared Keever
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An Arizona woman has been arrested and charged with multiple sex-related felonies after she allegedly got drunk at a bar mitzvah and is said to have exposed herself to a group of teenage boys and then let them fondle her breasts. 

KPHO News reports Scottsdale police arrested 32-year-old Lindsey Radomski after parents of one of the teens reported the incident. 

According to reports, the yoga instructor had recently undergone breast augmentation surgery, and exposed her breasts, showing them off, to a group of five adults after having a few too many drinks at the Saturday evening party. 

The adults asked her not to expose herself again. But they reportedly had to send her to a bedroom at the home and tell her to “sleep it off,” after they say they caught Radomski showing her new breasts to group of teenage boys near a backyard swimming pool. 

By Sunday morning most of the guests had gone home or were asleep in the house. 

But that’s when police believe Radomski invited seven boys, between 11 and 15 years old, into her room and again exposed herself and let the boys fondle her breasts.

After that, police say, six of the boys left the room. A 15-year-old remained and police allege Radomski then performed oral sex on the teen. 

That teen later reported the alleged incident to his parents who then contacted police.

Police Sgt. Ben Hoster said Radomski admitted to exposing her breasts but said she was too drunk to remember if any of the other alleged encounters occurred. 

“It’s definitely an odd case,” Hoster told the New York Daily News. “We’ve never seen a case like this before. You have an adult, and you have so many juveniles — we’re just concerned for the kids.”

Radomski was arrested Tuesday and charged with two counts of sexual conduct with a minor, seven counts of sexual abuse, 12 counts of felony indecent exposure, and two counts of misdemeanor exposure, Hoster told KPHO. 

At her first court appearance she asked the judge to be “fair” with her release conditions and said she had “never done this before” and had no criminal record. 

The judge set her bond at $10,000 and said, if released, she would be required to wear an ankle bracelet for monitoring and could not consume alcohol or have contact with minors. 

Radomski reportedly paid her bail and was released early Thursday morning.

Sources: KPHO News, New York Daily News 

Photo Credit: New York Daily News courtesy of Scottsdale Police Department, WikiCommons