A woman in Minnesota is accused of having intimate with two 15-year-old boys at a hotel after having a fight with her husband.
Allison Leigh Schardin, 38, of Blaine, Minn., was with her husband and two children for a “staycation” at a hotel in nearby Roseville last month, when she allegedly intimate assaulted the two teens while a third boy watched, according to a criminal complaint.
Schardin was in a hotel hot tub with the teens on Jan. 14, where she told them about her marital problems, the Star Tribune reported.
The boys, who were there from Colorado for a hockey tournament, left to go back to their rooms but after an argument with her husband, Schardin sent a Snapchat to one of the teens asking if she could go to his room — which she did.
The woman allegedly started talking about “intimate and stuff,” then got in bed with two of the boys and asked if they were intimate active, according to the report.
She allegedly began intimate acts with two of the teens — while a third watched — and asked them to perform intimate acts on her, the outlet reported.
Schardin later showed up at one of their hockey games and texted the two boys after they returned home to Colorado, police said.
She was arrested on Feb. 1, and admitted to investigators to having intimate contact with two of the boys and asking them for a condom, but “claimed she wasn’t going to go through with ‘it,’” the report stated.
Schardin faces charges of third- and fourth-degree criminal intimate conduct and was scheduled to appear in court Monday.