Molly Shattuck, who earned recognition in 2005 when she became the oldest-ever member of an NFL cheerleading squad, has been indicted on nine counts stemming from an ongoing investigation into her alleged sex crime activity.
WBAL in Baltimore broke the story, citing court affidavits that revealed the former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader is alleged to have had sexual contact with a 15-year-old boy.
Shattuck, 47, has been indicted on nine counts, including two counts of third-degree rape, four counts of unlawful sexual contact, and three counts of distributing alcohol to a minor.
The investigation concerns a predatory relationship purported to have begun in May, when Shattuck discovered the boy on Instagram. After communicating through personal technology, the two eventually met in person, with the first count of physical contact occurring in the backseat of Shattuck's car.
The affidavits contend that Shattuck would pick up the 15-year-old from summer school and go park the vehicle in a parking garage. This is reported to have happened on almost half a dozen separate occasions.
In the last encounter between the two, Shattuck had the boy over to stay the night in a vacation home, where she provided him with beer and performed oral sex on him. According to the court documents, she then told the boy that "if he wanted to have sex she would. The boy opted out. He decided to leave. At that point, she told him to come back later but he did not go back."
Shattuck turned herself in to police and was released on bail with the condition that she turn in her passport and make no contact with any minors other than her own three children.
Molly Shattuck is the estranged wife of Mayo Shattuck, the former CEO of Constellation Energy. Since her time as a Ravens cheerleader, Molly Shattuck has remained a visible presence in the public sphere, penning the healthy living book "Vibrant Living" while also appearing on television and at various charity events.
Official charges are pending.