Minnesota mum accused of having sex with two boys, 15, at hotel

A mother-of-two in the US state of Minnesota has been arrested after she allegedly had sex with two 15-year-old boys at the same time at a hotel last month.

Allison Leigh Schardin, 38, of Blaine, was taking a “staycation” with her family at a hotel in Roseville where a boys’ hockey team from Colorado was also staying for a tournament, according to a criminal complaint and reported by the New York Post.

Schardin began talking to the teenagers, who were both members of the team, in a hotel hot tub on the night of January 14, and told them that she and her husband were having marital problems, according to the Star Tribune.

After the boys went back to their rooms, she sent one of them a Snapchat saying that she had just had a fight with her husband and wanted to come to the teen’s room.

In the boy’s room, she then asked them how old they were and told them they were young enough to be her kids, the Pioneer Press reported.

She started talking about “sex and stuff”, asking them how sexually active they were, and then got into bed with two of the boys.

Schardin then allegedly began sexual acts with two of the teens – while a third watched – and asked them to perform sexual acts on her.

The two boys said they felt pressured and eventually told her she had to leave.

She later showed up at one of their hockey games, and texted the two boys after they returned home to Colorado, police said.

Schardin was arrested on Thursday and charged with third and fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct.

She admitted to kissing and having sexual contact with the boys. She also said that she asked them for a condom, but “claimed she wasn’t going to go through with it”, according to the complaint.

She is scheduled to appear in court on Monday local time.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post and was reproduced with permission

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