On Friday, a 38-year-old American lady was accused of engaging in unlawful sexual activity with two 15-year-old males. The mother of two, Allison Leigh Schardin, was reportedly lodging at the same Roseville hotel as a Colorado boys hockey team. This information was reported by the New York Post. According to court filings, on January 14, she struck up a conversation with the teenagers in the hotel hot tub, sharing details about her marital issues with them.
After everyone had returned to their rooms, she sent one of the boys a Snapchat message indicating she had just had a quarrel with her husband and wanted to come to the teen's room.
According to reports, she asked about the boys' ages and remarked that they appeared young enough to be her kids. In spite of this, she engaged in sexual conversation with them and shared her bed with two of the boys.
The two boys said they felt pushed to engage in sexual actions with her as a third youngster watched. Eventually, they asked her to leave. The accusations state that she contacted the two boys after getting back home and subsequently appeared at one of their hockey games.
Ms. Schardin was arrested Thursday and charged with third- and fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct. On Monday, she is expected to appear in court.
According to the Star Tribune, Ms. Schardin admitted to investigators that she had struck up a casual chat with the lads by the pool while on a vacation with her husband and two kids at the hotel. She acknowledged asking each of the lads for a condom after having intercourse with two of them, but she "claimed she wasn't going to go through with 'it.'"
In a related incident, a 24-year-old American former teacher recently acknowledged having sexually abused 13-year-old pupils. The New York Post reports that Cassidy Kraus was charged with using the social media app Snapchat to deliver offensive content to underage recipients.