Georgia mother sentenced to probation after 2015 ‘naked Twister’ party

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Rachel Lehnardt

EVANS, Ga. — A Georgia mother accused of encouraging her daughter and teenage friends to play “naked Twister” during a party that included alcohol and marijuana will not spend time in prison.

Rachel Lehnardt ended up with six years of probation and $600 in fines after pleading guilty to six counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, according to WJBF.

4 Fast Facts

  • Mother sentenced to probation after “naked Twister” party in 2015
  • Woman’s AA sponsor told police about the party after woman made statements during meeting
  • She pleaded guilty to six counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor
  • She let teens smoke pot and drink during party

Lehnardt had no prior felony arrests. As a result, she was able to take advantage of Georgia’s “First Time Offenders Act.” By pleading guilty, her record could be sealed once her probation is over.

Lehnardt was arrested in April 2015 after her Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor told police about statements she made during a meeting.

According to the sponsor, Lehnardt hosted a party at her home for her 16-year-old daughter and her friends. She said she let them smoke pot and drink alcohol, played “naked Twister” with the teens and showed them lewd photos. The woman also said she had sex with her daughter’s teenage boyfriend at the party.

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