Molly Shattuck, former Ravens cheerleader and ex-wife of former Constellation CEO Mayo Shattuck, has been indicted by a Delaware grand jury for an inappropriate relationship with a minor.
The investigation stems from events that took place in both Delaware and in Baltimore County, WBAL reports. TMZ Sports also picked up the story, as did sports site Deadspin. The alleged sexual activity happened in Bethany Beach. According to the WBAL report, the investigation centers on a night over Labor Day weekend when Shattuck and the boy stayed together at a rented beach house.
Friends of the family confirm that the minor is a high school sophomore.
The nine felony and misdemeanor charges against Shattuck, 47, are as follows: two counts of third-degree rape, four counts of unlawful sexual contact, and three counts of distributing alcohol to a minor.
Shattuck became the oldest woman to make an NFL cheerleading squad when she joined the Ravens’ team in 2005. After stepping away from cheerleading, she authored Vibrant Living, a book on healthy lifestyles. The Shattucks filed for divorce last month on September 29, 2014, according to court records, although the couple separated over one year ago.
For more details on the arrest and investigation, read this story.
McDonogh School sent a letter to parents about the case. Mrs. Shattuck is a parent there and has been banned from the campus because of the allegations.
Stephen Babcock contributed to this story.