Sex Charges In Teen Sleepover

Pennsylvania women nabbed after party turns into illicit romp

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Sex Charges In Teen Sleepover

JUNE 12--A pair of Pennsylvania women are facing criminal charges after a teenage sleepover in one of their homes turned into a sex party.

According to police, Angela Honeycutt, 38, allegedly sexually assaulted two boys in a shower during an April party at a Bucks County home owned by Lynne Long. Investigators allege that Long, 45, condoned Honeycutt's illicit activity at the sleepover and 'actually encouraged the boys to listen by a bedroom doorway as the sexual intercourse was taking place,' said Kenneth Coluzzi, chief of the Lower Makefield Township Police Department.

According to probable cause affidavits, copies of which you'll find here, Long's son hosted the sleepover for several of his male friends. Honeycutt, who has worked as a babysitter for Long's younger children, allegedly stripped, danced suggestively, and had sexually explicit conversations with the boys.

The affidavits charge that Honeycutt also had sex in the shower with one 15-year-old partygoer and then had sexual contact with a 14-year-old boy. Police brought charges against Honeycutt and Long after interviewing various teenagers, four of whom are cited in the affidavits, which were filed yesterday in District Court.

Honeycutt is facing two felonies, including statutory sexual assault, and misdemeanor counts. Long was charged with endangering the welfare of children and corruption of minors, both misdemeanors. Honeycutt, at left, and Long are pictured above in police mug shots. (6 pages)