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Georgia mom arrested for hosting naked Twister party and had sex with teens

April 18, 2015  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Georgia mom arrested for hosting naked Twister party and had sex with teens

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A mother who allegedly played naked Twister with her daughter’s friends during a drunken party is being defended by her teenage daughter on social media.

Rachel Lehnardt, 35, was charged with two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor in connection with the incident at her Evans, Georgia home.

Lehnardt, who is a mother of five, has admitted to using sex toys in front of the teens and having sex with an 18-year-old friend of her daughter in the bathroom. Lehnardt claims she was raped after she passed out, and woke up to find a 16-year-old having sex with her.

Earlier this week, her daughter defended her mom’s actions on Twitter, saying: “Yes, my mom was arrested, everyone makes mistakes and yes she made some mistakes, she is an alcoholic. I’ve f***ed up too. But nobody deserves this s***. So stop,” the girl wrote.

She added after Twitter followers started inundating her with messages, “She used to be a great mom. Everyone screws up at some point.” Lehnardt admitted to battling alcohol related issues after her divorce.

In addition, the teen confirmed her mother’s claim to being raped by the 16-year-old boy. Lehnardt said she awoke to find the boy having sexual intercourse with her and immediately threw the boy off her.

“She was so drunk she passed out and he was completely wasted off his ass,” the daughter wrote. “But she didn’t have sex with a 16-year-old, she was raped by one,” the girl alleged.

The teenager also denied previous reports that the boy was her boyfriend, which was also claimed by Lehnardt’s lawyer.

Lehnardt lost custody of her five children after the girl’s grandparents found out about the party.

Days after the incident, Lehnardt joined an Alcoholics Anonymous group and was provided a sponsor to help her overcome her problems, her lawyer stated.

The mother told her sponsor why she joined AA and included details from her divorce, what took place during the party and losing custody of her children. However, the donor called the police after she had learned.

The sponsor told Police officers that Lehnardt allowed teenagers to drink and smoke pot prior to playing a game of naked Twister and engaging in sex acts with the 18-year-old in the bathroom.

According to The Agusta Crime, Lehnardt returned and decided to put on a show using her sex toys in front of the teenagers. She then showed her daughter photographs of her and her boyfriend having sex.

After she had fallen asleep, Lehnardt claims she felt the 16-year-old having sex with her, the sponsor said.

The teenage girl would later tell her mother that she felt guilty because his 10-inch penis was too big for her, so he had to have sex with her mom instead, according to a police report.

Police arrested Lehnardt last Saturday. She was released after posting a $3,200 bond.

Lehnardt released a statement through her attorney. She explained how she had a devout Mormon church and never touched a drop of alcohol prior to her divorce from her military husband James Lehnardt, who was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after returning from Iraq.

But following their divorce last year, she began drinking and ultimately broke away from the church, where she had once been a Sunday school teacher, the lawyer said.
The lawyer, Shawn Hammond, released a statement shared by Augusta Crime on Thursday, saying Lehnardt was ‘extremely remorseful’ for what had happened.

‘Mrs. Lehnardt acknowledges that due to recent alcohol abuse she engaged in several acts of inappropriate conduct,’ he said. “Although, many of the allegations are exaggerated, she is extremely remorseful for what she allowed to occur in her presence and is obtaining professional and pastoral counseling to ensure that this conduct is never repeated

He denied that she had thrown the party for the teenagers or provided them with drugs, and said she would be fully cooperating with authorities.
‘Mrs. Lehnardt has recommitted herself to her faith and her family,’ he continued.
‘She is hopeful that her children, members of her faith and others will learn from her poor example as to just how easy it is for people to exercise such extremely poor judgment while intoxicated.’

He did not comment on the naked Twister, bathroom sex or sex toy allegations, and simply said reports of the incident had been exaggerated.

While Lehnardt said she had been raped by the teenage boy, Sheriff’s spokesman Captain Steve Morris said there was no evidence of a crime and no charges are pending against the boy. No sexual crime charges have been filed against Lehnardt because 16 is the legal age of consent.

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