Just like Amy Poehler's character in Mean Girls, Rachel Lehnardt is "not a regular mom." A house in a quiet Augusta, Georgia neighborhood turned into the scene of a night of underage debauchery. It all started when Lehnardt, 35, received a text from her 16-year-old daughter asking to bring friends over "to party," the Columbia County Sheriff's Office said in a report, printed by the New York Daily News.
The Evans, Georgia native replied, "Come on, let's party." She proceeded to allegedly provide weed and alcohol for her teen daughter and her friends before stripping off her clothes and joining in a game of naked Twister.
Though Lehnardt is a mother of five children, ranging in age from 4 to 16, only her eldest daughter was present for the party.
The bridal shop employee and former Mormon Sunday school teacher slipped into the bathroom at one point, where she had sex with an 18-year-old guest, and then claimed she was still "horny" and proceeded to bring out some sex toys and use them in the living room in front of the group.
The teens kept the party going in the hot tub, before Lehnardt passed out in her bed, according to the police report. Lehnardt is a recovering alcoholic, who confessed her actions to her sponsor. The sponsor then reported what she said to the police.
Around 3:30 a.m. Lehnardt claims she woke up to find her daughter's 16-year-old boyfriend having sex with her.
"Her daughter 'felt guilty' because the 16-year-old['s penis] was 10-inches long and huge, and if she had been able to take it, he wouldn't have needed to rape her mother," the sponsor said.
Currently, the teen is not facing rape charges as no evidence has been found supporting this claim.
Since being arrested on two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, Lehnardt has lost custody of her five children.
The woman's lawyer told NBC News that she has since denied "sponsoring or facilitating a party for underage minors," but that due to her struggles with alcohol abuse, "she engaged in several acts of inappropriate conduct."
Lehnardt has been released after posting a $3,200 bond.
"Although many of the allegations are exaggerated, she is extremely remorseful for what she allowed to occur in her presence and is obtaining professional and pastoral counseling to ensure that this conduct is never repeated," her lawyer Shawn Hammond said in a statement.
Lehnardt's problems with substance abuse intensified in November when she separated from her husband, an Iraq war veteran.
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