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Utah mother accused of sharing topless photos, pot brownies with teens

February 10, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Utah mother accused of sharing topless photos, pot brownies with teens

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A Utah mother reportedly sent topless pictures and smoked marijuana with a group of teens in her home in a shameless attempt to relive her youth, one of the victim’s mothers reported.

Virginia Olson, 37, purportedly sent two topless pictures in a group text that included at least three underage teens back in November. She’s also accused of smoking weed and providing pot brownies to at least two of the teens at her residence between late November and early February, according to Deseret News.

One mother of a teen who asked not to remain anonymous told the publication that the woman was “so nice.”

“I told my husband ‘She’s so nice, it’s crazy,’” the woman said. “I’ve never seen someone want to be my friend so much.”

Three parents spoke out about Olson, including one who said she found inappropriate texts on her son’s phone while trying to figure out the root of a recent behavioral problem. The woman learned that Olson was conversing with the teens through Instagram, and sent sexually explicit messages.

“She was living vicariously through 15- and 16-year-old children,” the mother said, who also noted that the messages included nude pictures of young girls.

Olson also flirted with the boys in the message.

“She told them they were hot and they were good-looking,” the mother added.

Olson, who also has a teen son, had been hosting sleepovers at her residence and even attempted to arrange trysts between the teens.

“I think we counted seven girls’ names that she was trying to line our 15- and 16-year-old children up with,” the woman said in an interview with KJZZ.com.

Another Utah mother said: “She’s a creep, and deserves everything coming her way.”

On Wednesday, the woman was charged with six felony counts of dealing harmful materials to minors and two counts of child endangerment.

In 2013, she was charged with and later found guilty of prescription fraud, which is a third-degree felony. Olson, who worked as an office manager in a dentist’s office, used the dentist’s DEA license number without authorization to obtain hydrocodone.

She is scheduled to appear back in court on March 8th.

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