A former cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens has been arrested and is facing charges involving sexual relations with a 15-year-old boy.
According to Fox News, Molly Shattuck made history in 2005 by becoming the oldest NFL cheerleader at that time; today, she has once again entered the history books by becoming the face of the latest sex-with-a-minor scandal.
The accusations surfaced on Sept. 26, when a 15-year-old boy told police that Shattuck, 47, made inappropriate advances at him, which ultimately led to a very intimate Labor Day weekend at a vacation rental home in Bethany Beach, Delaware.
A search of Shattuck’s home was conducted on Oct. 1, but Delaware State Police Sgt. Paul Shavack declined to give any specifics as to what was found.
Shattuck’s career as a cheerleader was short lived after just two years of action, but she did spend six years as a part-time coach. In fact, Shattuck has had a pretty clean track record up until now.
According to the New York Daily News, Shattuck was a fitness consultant who just had her book, “Vibrant Living,” published in February. She worked closely with the American Heart Association and the United Way of Central Maryland’s Access to Healthy Food Initiative. She’s also made an appearances on ABC’s reality television series “Secret Millionaire” and donated a very generous $190,000 to the fight against poverty. To top it all off, she was married to a successful CEO and current chairman of Exelon Corp, though she claims the two have been separated for quite some time now.
All that has come to a screeching halt now as Shattuck was indicted with four counts of unlawful sexual conduct, three counts of providing alcohol to minors, and two counts of third-degree rape. The former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader now has as many counts of unlawful sexual conduct as Steve Smith has touchdown receptions this season. She was released on an $84,000 bond following her arraignment on Wednesday in Sussex County Superior Court in Georgia, Delaware.
Sources: New York Daily News, Fox News / Photo Credit: Associated Press