Molly Shattuck -- the former Ravens cheerleader accused of raping a teenage boy -- is officially divorced

Molly Shattuck, 47, estranged wife of former Constellation Energy CEO Mayo Shattuck and a former Ravens cheerleader, has been charged with rape and sexual contact with a 15-year-old boy.

Molly Shattuck -- the former Ravens cheerleader charged with raping and sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy -- is officially divorced.

An attorney for her ex-husband, former Constellation Energy CEO Mayo A. Shattuck III, said that a Baltimore County Circuit Court judge signed the divorce order last week. Online court records indicate a final settlement conference took place Nov. 3, with a final disposition date of Nov. 10.


"We had all of this together long before the criminal charges were on the horizon," said Nicole Gilkeson, who represented Mayo Shattuck.  "We were working it out a long time ago."

Molly Shattuck was indicted by a Delaware grand jury last week on nine charges, including two counts of third-degree rape.

Shattuck pleaded innocent and was released on an $84,000 bond.  A hearing in the case is scheduled for Dec. 3.

According to court documents, Shattuck allegedly struck up a flirtation with a classmate of her eldest son on Instagram, then began furtively meeting with him last summer.

The boy stayed with Shattuck and her three children at a Bethany Beach rental property over the Labor Day weekend, where Shattuck allegedly gave the boy alcohol and performed oral sex on him, according to the court documents.

Mayo and Molly Shattuck filed for divorce on Sept. 29.  A judge signed the final order on Nov. 3, Gilkeson said.

Gilkeson said the divorce was settled quickly because none of the terms were in dispute.

"It was a really standard uncontested divorce," she said.


The initial divorce filing states that the Molly and Mayo Shattuck, who were married for 17 years, have lived separately for more than a year.  The pair agreed to a "Voluntary Marital Settlement Agreement" that will "resolve all matters of every kind and character arising from their marital relationship," the document states.

Molly Shattuck's divorce attorney, Thomas C. Ries, did not respond Monday to a request for comment.