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"Naked Twister" mom sentenced after alleged teen party

EVANS, Ga. -- A Georgia mom who police say hosted a party for teenagers that included alcohol, drugs, sex and "naked Twister" has been sentenced to probation, reports CBS affiliate WRDW.

Rachel Lehnardt, 35, allegedly confessed to her Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor that she lost custody of five children after the April 2015 party at her Evans home. Police say she allowed her 16-year-old daughter and the teen's friends to drink alcohol and smoke marijuana.

A police report alleged Lehnardt participated in a game of "naked Twister" before having sex with an 18-year-old boy in a bathroom, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported at the time. Police said Lenhardt admitted to lewd acts in front of the group. They also allege Lenhardt said she fell asleep and woke up to find her daughters' boyfriend, 16, having sex with her, the paper reported.

The Columbia County Sheriff's Office investigated after her alleged confession to the Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor. She was reportedly charged with contributing to the delinquency of minors. She did not face sex charges because the age of consent in Georgia is 16, police told the paper.

WBTW reports Lehnardt was recently sentenced to six years of probation. A judge ordered her to pay $600 in fines and comply with drug and alcohol counseling and treatment.

In a statement released last year to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, a lawyer for Lenhardt said many of the allegations were exaggerated but said the woman has admitted several acts of inappropriate conduct because of alcohol abuse.

The statement said Lenhardt "is extremely remorseful for what she allowed to occur in her presence and is obtaining professional and pastoral counseling to ensure that this conduct is never repeated."

The lawyer denied the woman facilitated or hosted a party for underage minors.

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