At a court appearance in Delaware on Tuesday afternoon Molly Shattuck pleaded guilty in connection with accusations that she sexually assaulted a teenage boy.
The former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader pleaded guilty to a single count of fourth degree rape, the Delaware Attorney General’s office confirmed. As a result of the plea agreement, Shattuck will have to register as a Tier II Sex Offender.
Sentencing is scheduled for August 21, and Shattuck could face up to 15 years in prison.
Shattuck was indicted in November on charges that she sexually assaulted a 15-year-old boy over Labor Day weekend at a rental home in Bethany Beach. Shattuck allegedly performed oral sex on the boy. Court records state the two began their relationship on Instagram, and met up at various times over the summer of 2014 in North Baltimore and surrounding counties.
Shattuck came to fame as the Baltimore Ravens’ oldest cheerleader upon joining the squad in 2005. After her time with the Ravens, she became a fitness and healthy living expert, and sat on numerous community boards. Shattuck was also married to former Constellation Energy CEO Mayo A. Shattuck IV. The couple officially divorced around the time the charges against Molly Shattuck were publicized.
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