A former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader is accused of raping a 15-year-old boy she met on Instagram.
Molly Shattuck, 47, who made history as the oldest woman to become an NFL cheerleader, is accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy, according to WBAL-TV.
Court documents obtained by the station allege that Shattuck saw the boy's pictures on Instagram and got in touch with him.
The documents also say that on Labor Day Weekend, Shattuck bought beer for herself and the teen, then drove back to a Delaware beach house where they were staying with her children and some of their friends.
Once they got back to the beach house, "Shattuck allegedly performed oral sex on the boy, first outside the home while walking the dog and again in her bedroom," the station reports.
The Associated Press reports that Shattuck faces two counts of third-degree rape, four counts of unlawful sexual contact and three counts of providing alcohol to minors
Police began investigating after the teen reported the alleged abuse on Sept. 26.
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Shattuck is separated from Mayo Shattuck, 60, the former CEO of Baltimore-based Constellation Energy Nuclear Group and the current chairman of Chicago-based Exelon Corp., also an energy provider. Exelon, which has electric and gas utilities in Maryland, Illinois, and Pennsylvania, now owns Constellation.
In 2005, Molly Shattuck, a Baltimore native, became the oldest NFL cheerleader in history up to that time when the Ravens selected her for the squad on her first tryout. She cheered for two years and was a part-time coach for six more years.
Shattuck also is a fitness consultant and advocate, and published a book in February called "Vibrant Living." Her website, which is in "maintenance mode" Wednesday morning, says she has implemented a 21-day plan for health and improved living with people, companies and groups across the U.S. for the past several years.
A cached version of her biography on the site says she is an ambassador for the American Diabetes Association and works with the American Heart Association and United Way of Central Maryland's Access to Healthy Food Initiative. She's a trustee of the United Way of Central Maryland, and a member of boards for the Baltimore School for the Arts, the Johns Hopkins Children's Center and the National Children's Museum.
In 2008, Shattuck appeared on an episode of the ABC-TV reality show "Secret Millionaire" and gave away $190,000 to people helping the poor.
Her website says she has three children, including a 15-year-old son.
According to online Maryland court records, the Molly and Mayo Shattuck filed for divorce Sept. 29 in Baltimore County. The Baltimore Sun reported in March that the couple had separated, although Molly Shattuck demurred to the newspaper about when the breakup occurred, saying, "It's been awhile."