*This crap pisses me off so bad I’m writing it on my day off!
Molly Shattuck, the blond Ex-Ravens cheerleader that raped a 15-year-old boy last year was sentenced on Friday by Superior Court Judge E. Scott Bradley. But the punishment hardly seems to fit the crime. From any angle it looks more like a minor inconvenience.
For the next two years, well, a little less than two actually, Molly must spend every other weekend in a Delaware work-release detention center.
Geez, I think you would agree that “Miss Molly,” who at one point looked more like a spectator as she strolled out of the courthouse arms locked with a girlfriend (in pink blouse in the video) and no sign of the handcuffs she wore under her black blazer; must be thanking her lucky stars right now that she was born white.
Just sit on back and allow the movie to play in your head showing what that sentence would entail if Molly looked like us.
Of course Molly’s apology in court for her nasty behavior was accompanied by a tearful outburst.
The 48-year-old Baltimore socialite was arrested and pleaded guilty in June to one count of fourth-degree rape, an offense which carries a maximum 15 year sentence but no mandatory minimum. Obviously.
Shattuck’s November arrest was on third-degree rape, unlawful sexual contact and giving alcohol to minors. But she struck a plea deal which resulted in a less serious rape offense.
According to police, the former NFL cheerleader performed oral sex on the minor boy over Labor Day weekend at a Bethany Beach summer home.
Court records show that she had actually met the boy over social media earlier in the year, and the conversations during the online friendship eventually turned sexual.
“Any adult who rapes a child deserves to be in prison,” the boy’s mother said in court. “Please hold her accountable.”
The parents had asked the judge for a longer sentence.
“I was the adult, and I’m sorry,” Shattuck said through tears before she was sentenced. “I never should have had the conversation with someone else’s son and I’m sorry…. I will spend the rest of my life making this right.”
You did get that, right?
“I never should have had the conversation with someone else’s son”… Woman, every man is “someone’s son.” You totally ignored the point that this someone’s son was only 15-years-old.
The dirty deeds done in the dark, just like those of Subway pitchman Jared Fogle, do eventually come to light. These are the dangerous people that must be held accountable.
And not by time-out from the country club.
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