OWINGS MILLS, Md. (WJZ) — She admitted to raping her son’s 15-year-old friend at a Delaware beach house. Now former Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck may face more charges — this time, in Baltimore County.
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Molly Shattuck was sentenced to 48 weekends in jail for having sexual contact with a 15-year-old boy. Now she could face even more jail time.
Collapsing in front of a Delaware judge last week, Molly Shattuck was sentenced for raping her son’s 15-year-old classmate inside a Bethany beach house last Labor Day weekend.
Now she could be in front of another judge — this time, in Baltimore County.
“Sorry she did it. She will spend the rest of her life trying to make up for it,” said Eugene Mauer, Shattuck’s attorney.
The 48-year-old first gained fame as a Ravens cheerleader and is the ex-wife of energy executive Mayo Shattuck.
According to an affidavit obtained by WJZ, Shattuck first contacted her son’s friend on Instagram.
Last July while he was taking a summer class at the McDonogh School, the teen told police she picked him up for lunch break five or six times.READ MORE: ‘It’s Not Working,’ Council Member Frustrated At Relentless Violence In Baltimore As Police Defend Crime Plan
According to the affidavit, the two would come to the T. Rowe Price parking garage, where the teen says they would “kiss or make out.”
Now according to our media partner, The Baltimore Sun, the Baltimore County state’s attorney is looking into whether that contact warrants more criminal charges.
“It sounds like they’re interested. That doesn’t mean they’ll prosecute, but sounds like they’re certainly considering that option,” said legal expert Byron Warnken, www.warnkenlaw.com.
Warnken says Baltimore County may have been waiting to see what kind of sentence Shattuck received in Delaware.
“My guess is they have decided that 48 weekends in jail and some community service is not enough,” he said.
Baltimore County prosecutors will speak to the victim’s family before deciding whether to charge Shattuck.
Along with her weekends in jail, Shattuck will have to register as a sex offender.MORE NEWS: Civil Rights Lawyer Ben Crump Joins Lawsuit Against Baltimore City Public Schools
Molly Shattuck will begin serving her jail time in Delaware next month.