Molly Shattuck was once the talk of the town when she became the oldest woman to make an NFL cheerleader squad at age 38. Now the former Baltimore Ravens dancer is wearing a scarlet letter of shame after being indicted on nine counts of inappropriate behavior with a 15-year old boy.

The 47-year old is facing two counts of third-degree rape, a Class B felony in Delaware; four counts of unlawful sexual contact, a Class F felony; and three counts of distributing alcohol to a minor, a misdemeanor, according to WBAL-TV.

Shattuck met her teen victim on Instagram in May after liking one of his pictures. She gave him her phone number and eventually brought him to her $2.5 million Georgetown, Delaware home.

She performed oral sex on him twice and offered to have intercourse, but he declined. When his father picked him up the next day he cut off contact with her.

Shattuck turned herself in to the Sussex County Superior Court in Georgetown on Wednesday. She was released after pleading not guilty and posting $85,000 bail.

WBAL-TV reports that Shattuck is married and has teen children. She is currently going through a divorce from former Constellation Energy CEO Mayo Shattuck.