Molly Shattuck was scheduled to stand trial in Delaware this month on charges that she raped a 15-year-old boy. As of Monday, proceedings won’t be happening over the next two weeks as originally planned.
According to a spokesman for the Delaware Attorney General’s Office, a continuance was issued in the case. That means a case review scheduled for March 18 and the trial’s opening date of March 23 are postponed. New dates have yet to be announced, spokesman Carl Kanefsky added.
Shattuck pleaded not guilty to the charges, which stemmed from a Labor Day weekend incident in Bethany Beach. The former Ravens cheerleader and fitness guru was indicted on nine counts of rape, unlawful sexual conduct and serving alcohol to minors. Shattuck allegedly met the boy on Instagram, and the two carried on a relationship throughout the summer.
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