Ex Baltimore Raven's cheerleader Molly Shattuck, who was once the oldest NFL cheerleader to make the squad in the NFL in 2005, has been accused of raping a 15 year-old boy.
The 47 year-old former cheerleader, and mother of three, is the estranged wife of Mayo Shattuck, chairman of Exelon Energy Corp., a Chicago-based energy and utility firm.
Molly Shattuck is accused of seducing the 15 year-old who attended McDonogh School, the same private institution in Owings Mills, Maryland that her son attends.
Reportedly, the once oldest cheerleader in NFL history, Shattuck contacted the 15 year-old teen in the newest method of flirting -- over social media.
Shattuck allegedly started commenting on the teen's photos on social media site Instagram.
The Instagram comments were followed by texts and eventually a meeting in person for an encounter at a movie theater.
Allegedly, there was intimate touching and kissing going on in the movie theater after Molly Shattuck continued seducing the 15 year-old.
Things took on an entire new turn when Shattuck allegedly drove the teen in her Cadillac Escalade to a middle school parking lot and took things to the backseat of the SUV for more kissing and touching.
The alleged sexual molestation with the teen reportedly continued over a Labor Day weekend at a beach house Shattuck reportedly rented where she hosted a party for her son and his friends.
One of the boys' fathers was assured that there would be no drinking but the 47 year-old allegedly provided alcoholic beverages to at least three of the boys who were under the legal drinking age.
Molly Shattuck has been charged with two counts of third-degree rape, four counts of unlawful sexual contact, three counts of providing alcohol to minors as well as other charges.
If convicted on her felony charges Molly Shattuck, who has since been released on an $84,000 bond, faces up to 25 years in prison.