Ex Ravens Cheerleader: The Shocking Criminal Charges
A former Ravens cheerleader and mother of three is facing shocking charges of raping a 15-year-old boy. INSIDE EDITION has the story.
The beauty once known as the oldest cheerleader in the NFL is now facing serious criminal charges.
Molly Shattuck was named to the Baltimore Ravens cheerleading squad when she was 38 years old. She was the subject of national coverage and appeared in People magazine.
Shattuck posted $84,000 bail and has been charged with third degree rape involving a 15-year-old boy she met online.
WBAL reporter Jayne Miller told INSIDE EDITION, "According to the affidavit, Molly Shattuck rented a house, she had her own children and their friends there. The 15-year-old boy, the alleged victim, stayed there one night."
Shattuck came to INSIDE EDITION this year to promote her book Vibrant Living.
Watch Shattuck's Interview with INSIDE EDITION
She then said, "I never belonged to a gym, I never had a trainer. You can do this on your own."
She recently separated from her husband who is the former CEO of Baltimore Energy. Police searched her multi-million dollar home looking for evidence of the alleged rape.
Miller said, "The search warrant affidavit specifically spells out that one of the things they were seeking was pink underwear."
Shattuck, who is now 47, pled not guilty.
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