A 42-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly having sexual relations with three high school football players. If she was reliving high school memories or a new fantasy, no one knows. What we do know is that she's been charged and posted bail.
She was working with a team photographer and that's when she met the boys. That's when things escalated quickly and turned into a four way crime. Details have not been released on if she slept with the three boys at the same time or each one differently.
What would you do if you found out your teenage son was sleeping with a 42-year-old woman?
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A 42-year-old California woman has been arrested for allegedly having sex with three high school football players.
Mary Frances Fletcher, also known as Debbie Fletcher, was arrested Tuesday on charges of unlawful sexual intercourse after being accused of having sex with three players from the Mount Shasta High School football team after meeting the minors while working with a team photographer, Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey told The Post.
“It was kind of a chance encounter and she evidently developed a relationship with the boys at a later time,” Lopey said Thursday, adding that there’s no evidence the alleged sexual contact occurred on school grounds or involved school employees.
The investigation against Fletcher started with a complaint received from the Mount Shasta Police Department last September. Detectives then launched an investigation, which revealed the alleged offenses happened in unincorporated areas of the county several weeks before the initial report by school officials to the police department.
Fletcher was released after posting $10,000 bail. Lopey said she had hired an attorney, but did not have additional information.
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What do you think is the appropriate punishment for this woman? If the boys are high school seniors and almost 18-years-old, does that play a factor in determining her sentencing? Since the perpetrator is a woman and the "victims" are boys, is this as bad as when a male is the perp and the victim is a teen girl?
There's a lot to discuss and there's always talks of double standards and if the boys, in general, are actually victims or not.
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