A Georgia mother was arrested for throwing a wild, naked Twister party for her teen daughter and her friends after her Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor ratted her out, deputies said.
The crazy night began after Rachel Lehnardt's 16-year-old daughter texted her asking if she could bring friends over "to party," according to a Columbia County Sheriff's Office report.
"Come on, let's party," the 35-year-old mother of five replied.
Lehnardt provided weed and alcohol to the partying teens at her Evans home before joining them in a game of naked Twister, the sponsor told authorities.
The former Mormon Sunday school teacher found an 18-year-old to have a private game with and the two snuck off to a bathroom to have sex, according to the sheriff's report.
The bridal shop employee was still "horny," so she brought her sex toys into the living room and used them in front of the group, according to the police report.
"The party continued" in Lehnardt's hot tub before Lenhardt passed out in her bed, the report said.
She woke up around 3:30 a.m. to find her daughter's well-endowed 16-year-old boyfriend having sex with her, the sponsor said.
"Her daughter 'felt guilty' because the 16-year-old was 10-inches long and huge, and if she had been able to take it he wouldn't have needed to rape her mother," the sponsor said.
The boy is not facing a rape charge because "there is no evidence of rape," since Lehnardt "refuses to discuss the case," Captain Steve Morris told the Daily News.
A source close to Lehnardt said the alleged rape made her realize that her drinking, which she started doing when she separated from her husband in November, was a problem.
The raucous party also forced Lehnardt to lose custody of her children, ages 4, 6, 8, 10 and 16, on April 6, the sponsor said.
Growing up in the Mormon Church, Lehnardt never touched a drop of alcohol before her husband of 15 years came back from a deployment to Iraq with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and anger issues in 2010, the source said.
"People who have never drunk a day in their life tend not to know how to handle their alcohol," the source said.
The party made Lehnardt decide to go sober, and four days later, she met with a woman in Alcoholics Anonymous who she knew from her Mormon church. She spilled the salacious details and reportedly admitted to showing photos of her having sex with her boyfriend to her 16-year-old daughter.
The sponsor, who "struggled" to look like she wasn't judging Lehnardt during the tale, reported the rager to police Friday.
Lehnardt was arrested on two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and was released on $3,200 bond, Morris said.
“Just when you think you’ve seen everything or heard everything, we find that we haven’t,” Morris said.
Her attorney, Shawn P. Hammond, told the Daily News that some of the accusations "were exaggerated."
"It's a difficult situation for the entire family," Hammond said. "This mom is attempting to accept responsibility for her conduct and will do everything in her power to make amends to the public and her children and will never allow this conduct to be repeated."
Lehnardt plans to attend counseling and will continue to attend AA meetings, he said.