Former NFL cheerleader sentenced to probation for rape

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GEORGETOWN, Del. — Former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck has been sentenced to two years of probation after pleading guilty to raping a 15-year-old boy at a vacation rental home in Delaware.

According to the Baltimore Sun, Shattuck, 48, must report every other weekend to a community corrections center in Delaware for the next two years. She must also register as a sex offender in Delaware and Maryland, and is forbidden to have contact with people under the age of 18, except for her own two children.

According to reports Shattuck, a Baltimore socialite who gained fame as being the NFL’s oldest cheerleader, pleaded guilty earlier this year to 4th-degree rape. She had been accused of providing her son’s friends alcohol, then performing oral sex on one of them during a beach trip in Delaware last summer.

Shattuck collapsed to her knees after she was sentenced Friday morning and wept as she apologized. The teen’s parents said Shattuck stole their son’s innocence and urged the judge to send her to prison to send a message to potential pedophiles.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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