A Pennsylvania jury returned mixed results on Thursday in the case of a mother who sexually molested two teenage boys during a sleepover party last April.
Angela Honeycutt, 38, was convicted on two counts of corruption of minors. But on the statutory sexual assault charge, she received a non-guilty verdict.
"We're both extremely pleased," said defense attorney Neils Eriksen. "It was exactly what we were hoping would happen, and it was what we argued (during) the entire case -- that she was inappropriate. The jury found her inappropriate for certain actions, but for the majority of the serious offenses (she was found) not guilty. A victory, as far as we're concerned."
Honeycutt was chaperoning a party for a friend's son when the incident took place. She got drunk, stripped to the waist and invited two of the boys at the party to join her in the shower.
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