Evans, Ga. (CBS ATLANTA) — A Georgia mother is accused of hosting a “naked Twister party” for her teenage daughter in which she allowed the teens to drink liquor and smoke marijuana in her home. She allegedly had sex with her daughter’s 16-year-old boyfriend and another 18-year-old male during the course of the evening.

Rachel Lynn Lehnardt, 35, was charged with two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor after her Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor contacted the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office after meeting with her on Apr. 10 to discuss her plans for sobriety, the Augusta Chronicle reports. Lehnardt allegedly told the sponsor that her 16-year-old daughter asked if she could have friends over “to party,” according to a sheriff’s report obtained by the Chronicle.

Lehnardt reportedly replied, “come on, let’s party” to her daughter’s text message before allowing the teen and her friends to smoke marijuana, drink alcohol and play “naked Twister” in the living room of her Evans home, Augusta Crime reports.

The sponsor who turned in Lehnardt alleged to authorities that Lehnardt participated in the naked Twister game, showed the teens photos of herself having sex with her own boyfriend and had sex with an 18-year-old male in the bathroom during the Twister game.

Lehnardt told her sponsor she was four days sober since Apr. 6, when she lost custody of her five children – ages 4, 6, 8, 10, and the sixteen year old girl. The other children were with her father on the night of the incident.

Lehnardt informed the counselor she fell asleep in her bed alone but woke up around 3:30 a.m. when she felt someone having sex with her, August Crime reports. She believed it to be the 18-year-old male she’d had sex with earlier in the evening, but realized it was her daughter’s 16-year-old boyfriend.

The sponsor, who reportedly goes to the same church as Lehnardt, told investigators that Lehnhardt informed her she was a porn addict, a sexual deviant, and had played with sex toys in the living room in front of the group of teenagers.

Sheriff’s Capt. Steve Morris said Lehnardt’s arrest is based partially on the account given to them by the AA sponsor. Morris said no sexual crime charges were being filed because 16 is the legal age of consent, and no rape charges were pending against the 16-year-old male because there’s “no evidence” he committed the alleged sexual assault.

Benjamin Fearnow

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