34-Year-Old Woman To Serve 10 Years In Prison For Raping 13-Year-Old Boy

| by Will Hagle

Andrea Clevenger, the 34-year-old former star of TLC reality series "Cheer Perfection," has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for having sex with a 13-year-old boy.

The woman was arrested in January on allegations of rape and engaging children in sexually explicit conduct in a visual or print medium. She turned herself into the authorities after two felony warrants for those charges were issued for her arrest.

The woman allegedly had sex with the boy on multiple occasions and sent him explicit pictures through text messages. According to TMZ, police were notified of Clevenger's involvement with the boy after the boy's parents discovered the photographs she had sent him.

"The boy told police the sexual assaults happened at least three times, once on the sofa inside Clevenger's home and twice inside her vehicle," read a portion of the arrest affidavit, according to Arkansas Matters. 

Clevenger pleaded guilty to both crimes.

The woman had previously appeared on "Cheer Perfection" the TLC series which follows competitive cheerleaders at Cheer Time Perfection gym in Sherwood, Arkansas — with her daughter, Kylie.

The gym which is featured in the show recently had to deal with another arrest, as cast member and cheer coach Ronald Dunlap was arrested for possession of marijuana. Alisha Dunlop, Ronald's wife and owner of the Cheer Time Perfection gym, claimed she would be making changes in staff and implementing a drug screening process for new hires in order to ensure the safety of her children.

"I'm going to remove my husband from the gym. He is an awesome, awesome guy, he's a great father and he's a wonderful husband. He just made a really bad choice," said Dunlop, according to Arkansas Matters.

Dunlop also commented on Clevenger's arrest, which she claimed was an unexpected, unfortunate surprise.

"I was in absolute shock," said Dunlop. "I didn't even know what to think for the longest time, and then my heart was broken to all the kids involved."

Sources: Arkansas Matters, TMZ