Ex-Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck accused of raping 15-year-old
Former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck was indicted on nine counts Wednesday stemming from an alleged sexual encounter she had with a 15-year-old boy.
According to court documents obtained by WBAL-TV 11, Shattuck, 47, has been accused of performing oral sex on the teenager after meeting him through social media in May.
Shattuck was indicted on two counts of third-degree rape, four counts of unlawful sexual contact — both felonies — and misdemeanor charges of distributing alcohol to a minor.
Shattuck allegedly spotted the boy’s photos on Instagram and reached out to him. She gave him her cell phone number and communicated with him for a while before they met in person. There was allegedly some “kissing and touching” the first time Shattuck met the 15-year-old, when they sat together in the back seat of her car after she picked him up in Columbia, Md.
Court documents say Shattuck picked the boy up roughly a half-dozen times in July and drove to a nearby parking garage. Over Labor Day Weekend, the boy allegedly stayed over at a rented beach house in Delaware with Shattuck, her children and some of her children’s friends.
Shattuck reportedly bought beer for the minors that night and later performed oral sex on the 15-year-old. She allegedly told him she would have sex with him if he wanted, but he declined and decided to leave. The boy was picked up by his father the next day and that was the last time he saw Shattuck.
Shattuck, who is not the first former NFL cheerleader to be accused of sexually assaulting a minor, has been in the public eye for years, as she became the oldest ever NFL cheerleader when she made the Ravens squad in 2005. She is also the estranged wife of former Constellation Energy CEO Mayo Shattuck.