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Rachel Lehnardt threw naked Twister party for teenage daughter and had sex with friends

Rachel Lehnardt threw naked Twister party
Rachel Lehnardt threw naked Twister party for teenage daughter and had sex with friends

A MUM has been arrested for throwing a naked Twister party for her teenage daughter and friends before having sex with one of them.

Rachel Lehnardt, according to Columbia County Sheriff’s Office, said her 16-year-old daughter texted her and asked if she could bring some friends to her home to “party”. Her mother replied, “come on, let’s party”.

The party at 35-year-old Lehnardt’s home in Evans, an affluent suburb of Augusta, Georgia’s second-oldest city, featured plenty of drinking alcohol and smoking of marijuana before it was decided to play a game of naked Twister in the living room.

Mum’s naked Twister party for teens

Threw wild party featuring naked Twister for her teenage daughter … Mother Rachel Lehnardt, 35, is facing two charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Picture: Columbia County Sheriff’s Office.

During the game, police allege that Lehnardt told her Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor Heidi Amirault on April 10 that she went to the bathroom with one of her daughter’s 18-year-old friends and had sexual intercourse.

Lehnardt, a former Mormon Sunday school teacher, allegedly told her sponsor that afterwards she still felt “horny” and proceeded to masturbate with sex toys in front of her daughter and her friends.

“The party continued” in Lehnardt’s hot tub before Lenhardt passed out in her bed, the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office report states.

She awoke to find her daughter’s 16-year-old boyfriend having sex with her, the sponsor said.

The 18-year-old boy is not facing charges because “there is no evidence of rape” as Lehnardt “refuses to discuss the case,” Columbia County Sheriff’s Office Captain Steve Morris said.

“Just when you think you’ve seen everything or heard everything, we find that we haven’t,” Captain Morris said.

It was the alleged “rape” that forced Lehnardt to go to Alcoholics Anonymous. She told her sponsor that because of the party she had lost custody of her five children — aged 4, 6, 8, 10 and 16.

She told her sponsor that she had begun drinking after separating from her husband in November last year.

Lehnardt was been charged on Wednesday with two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and released on $3,200 bond.

Her lawyer, Shawn P. Hammond, told New York Daily News that some of the accusations “were exaggerated.”

“It’s a difficult situation for the entire family,” he said. “This mom is attempting to accept responsibility for her conduct and will do everything in her power to make amends to the public and her children and will never allow this conduct to be repeated.”






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