No Jail Time For Mother Who Drank, Played Naked Twister, Used Sex Toys In Front Of Daughter, 16, And Male Friends

Georgia mother Rachel Lehnardt was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor after it was revealed she allowed her 16-year-old daughter to have a drug and alcohol fueled party in her presence. In addition to allowing minors to drink alcohol and smoke marijuana, Lehnardt also engaged in a game of “naked Twister” with the teens and eventually had intercourse in a bathroom with one of the daughter’s 18-year-old male friends. Following the sexual escapade, the mother says she was “still horny,” and so she began using sex toys on herself in front of the group of teens. Despite her sexual indiscretions with the teens, Lehnardt will not serve any jail time, nor will she be required to be registered as a sex offender; all of the teens at the party were over the age of 16, which is the age of consent in Georgia.

The Daily Mail reported that Rachel Lehnardt was finally sentenced for an April 2015 party at her Georgia home in which the mother engaged in sexual acts with her 16-year-old daughter and her friends. The mother reportedly allowed her teen daughter and her teenage friends to drink alcohol and smoke marijuana in the home. After drinking heavily, the teens and Rachel played a game of “naked Twister” which eventually led to the mother entering a bathroom with an 18-year-old male to have sex.

However, after having sex with the 18-year-old man, Lehnardt said she was “still horny,” so she got out some sex toys and penetrated herself both vaginally and anally in front of the group of teens. The teens and the mother then got into a hot tub, naked, together to continue the party. Eventually, the drunk mother says that she passed out in her room but was sexually assaulted and raped by her daughter’s 16-year-old boyfriend. The mother revealed that her daughter later apologized for the assault saying she “felt guilty” because the “boyfriend’s 10-inch penis was too large for her and if she had been able to take it he wouldn’t have needed to rape her mother.”

Augusta Crime claims that the startling allegations of sex, drinking and drug use were brought to the attention of Lehnardt’s Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor who turned the woman in for the underage party. The AA sponsor noted that Lehnardt had opened up about her alcohol problems as well as her troubles with pornography and being a sexual deviant. However, when Rachel opened up about the sexual escapades with teenagers, the sponsor felt obligated to turn her over to the police.

Though the mother’s actions were startling and inappropriate, the police say that no sexual crime charges would be filed as all of the teens were over the age of consent in Georgia. Therefore, the police were left with only charges of “contributing to the delinquency of minors” in the startling case. After being found guilty of the charges, Lehnardt was sentenced to 6 years of probation and was forced to be a $600 fine. However, the mother will serve no jail time and will not be a registered sex offender.

The mother’s lawyer says that Rachel Lehnardt is seeking professional help for her alcoholism and that she has only recently started drinking after the divorce of her long-time husband. Rachel and her husband were practicing Mormons, so Lehnardt had no experience with alcohol until her 2014 divorce. The pair have five children together and only divorced after the husband returned from Iraq with PTSD. The lawyer says Rachel is extremely remorseful for her actions and wants others to realize the dangers of alcoholism.

“Mrs. Lehnardt has recommitted herself to her faith and her family. 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.”

What do you think about the Georgia mother’s sentencing for the sexual escapades with her teenage daughter and friends?

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