Shannon Marie O’Connor, the mother of a young man from California, has been accused of throwing secret parties for herself and other teenagers, providing them with alcohol, and then “facilitating and watching” their sexual activity. Lays, some of which were disagreeable.
The 47-year-old has been charged with 39 counts, including child abuse, sexual abuse, and providing alcohol to minors to host parties. According to a criminal complaint filed in Santa Clara County Superior Court, Los Gatos locals allegedly began hosting such parties in June last year and kept them secret until last spring. Was the people. Magazine
The Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office alleges that O’Connor sometimes sent “snap chats or texts to teens to leave their homes at midnight and drink at their homes.” She provided beer, vodka, fireball whiskey and other wines with condoms at her party. She would then encourage sex between her party guests, aged between 14 and 16, like her son, and then occasionally watch them do so.
He allegedly saw and laughed at a New Year’s Eve party “sexually assaulted a drunken teenage girl in bed”. On another occasion, she allegedly brought a drunken boy to the bedroom where a drunken 14-year-old girl was lying on the bed, after which the girl asked him, “You took me there with him. Why leave? “
The defendants also prevented minors from helping or calling authorities “when one of them went out vomiting after drinking too much.” She was reluctant to tell her parents or anyone else about their gatherings because she could have gone to jail if anyone had been told. He once scolded a 14-year-old girl for being an informant.
District Attorney Jeff Rosen said in a news release, “It took a lot of brave kids to come forward and solve this deeply troubling case. As parents, I’m amazed. As a DA, I want to catch these adults.” Be committed to children who are fully accountable to the law and to our community. “
O’Connor now lives in Idaho and is awaiting extradition to California. He also faces serious fraud charges for making more than 120 120,000 in unauthorized corporate card charges from a previous job.