Rachel Lynn Lenhardt. Screenshot from Newsbreaker video. A Georgia mother is accused of hosting a party for her teenage daughter and her friends that included sex, drugs, alcohol and naked Twister, police say. Rachel Lynn Lenhardt, 35, of Evans, Ga. Lenhardt, a mother of five children ages 4, 6, 8, 10 and 16, told her Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor she had lost custody of her children, WSB-TV in Atlanta reported. Lehnardt received a text from her daughter asking if she could have friends over to party and responded, "come on, let's party," the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported.
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Rachel Lynn Lenhardt, 35, of Evans, Ga. The sponsor told police Lenhardt invited her over for coffee to try to plan her continued sobriety. Both women attend the same local Mormon church where Lenhardt attends a sexual addiction therapy group. The sponsor told police Lenhardt allowed a group of minors to drink alcohol and smoke marijuana at her home. While the group was still playing, she said she had sex with an year-old in the bathroom.
It was Lehnardt herself who prompted police to investigate the party, the police report states. While meeting with her newly appointed Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor, Lehnardt said she had recently lost custody of her five children, ages 4, 6, 8, 10 and 16, after hosting a party at her house. Lehnardt said she allowed the teenagers to smoke marijuana and drink alcohol in her home, according to police. The party-goers then were allowed to play Twister while nude with Lehnardt, who left the game in order to have sex with an year-old in a bathroom, the report states.
A mother in Evans, Georgia, is being accused of hosting a party for her teenage daughter that allegedly included naked Twister, consumption of pot and alcohol and culminated with the woman having sex with a year-old male. Rachel Lynn Lehnardt, 35, was arrested Saturday night and charged with two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. The charges stem from a wild party allegedly held a few weeks ago in her home, according to police reports. The suspect also has lost custody of her five children, ages 4, 6, 8, 10, and The allegations were made by Lehnardt's Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor, who contacted the Columbia County Sheriff's Office after meeting with the suspect to discuss her future plans for sobriety, AugustaCrime. Lehnardt reportedly agreed and allowed her daughter and friends to smoke pot and drink booze in her home.