Now that former Ravens cheerleader and fitness author Molly Shattuck has been sentenced in Delaware for the sexual assault of a teenage boy, Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott D. Shellenberger says he will re-examine allegations involving her and the victim in Owings Mills.
"We have to reach out to the victim's family to see where they are on this," Shellenberger told The Baltimore Sun this week. "We need to re-look at the facts of what happened in Baltimore County."
Shellenberger declined to comment further on the case.
Shattuck, a 48-year-old mother of three, admitted to performing oral sex on the boy last summer at a vacation house in Bethany Beach, Del. The boy, who was 15, attended McDonogh School in Owings Mills with Shattuck's son.
Shattuck pleaded guilty in June to fourth-degree rape, and a Delaware judge sentenced her last week to 48 weekends in a community corrections center in that state.
When Shattuck was arrested in November, authorities alleged in an affidavit for a search warrant that she would pick the boy up from class and take him to a parking garage at the T. Rowe Price building in Owings Mills, where they would "kiss or 'make out'" in the back of a car.
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