Molly Shattuck
NFL Cheerleader, Socialite

Allegations Summary:
Statutory Rape
Alleged Victim Gender:

Molly Shattuck is a socialite and former NFL cheerleader.  She became a well-known Baltimore celebrity as the wife of Mayo Shattuck, a wealthy businessman who served as the CEO of Constellation Energy.  She also received media attention when she became the oldest cheerleader in NFL history, joining the Baltimore Raven’s cheer squad at age 38.

In 2014, Shattuck was charged with two counts of third-degree rape and four counts of unlawful sexual contact.  She was accused of having sex with her son’s friend, a 15-year-old boy.

Shattuck initially denied the changes but eventually pled guilty to fouth-degree rape, admitting that she performed oral sex on the boy.  She was sentenced to 48 weekends of community service was required to register as a sex offender.