Could this have happened 50 years ago? More than a year after Rachel Lehnardt of Evans, Ga. was arrested for contributing to the delinquency of minors she has finally learned her punishment.
The 36-year-old divorced mother of five participated in a wild, parent-approved teen party. The mother allegedly allowed her 16-year-old daughter and others to smoke weed, get drunk and play “naked Twister” in her home.
Lehnardt allegedly had sex with an 18-year-old teen in a bathroom while others continued playing “naked Twister,” used sex toys in front of the teens and claimed she woke up to find a 16-year-old raping her.
As a result of all of this, Lehnardt was sentenced to six years of probation and $600 in fines. The mother, who has lost custody of her five children, must also receive drug and alcohol treatment.
Lehnardt had once been a member of the Mormon church and never touched alcohol, but that changed after her 2014 divorce from her husband James.
Lawyer Shawn Hammond said his client feels remorse and is trying to start over again.
“Mrs. Lehnardt has recommitted herself to her faith and her family,” he said. “She is hopeful that her children, members of her faith and others will learn from her poor example as to just how easy it is for people to exercise such extremely poor judgment while intoxicated.” Oremus.