Allison Schardin, a 39-year-old woman from Minnesota, has been arrested and charged with criminal sexual conduct after allegedly abusing two teenage hockey players she met at a local hotel. The incident, which took place on January 14, has sparked widespread concern and led to Schardin’s apprehension on February 1.

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According to reports from various sources, including PEOPLE, CBS, and The Star Tribune, Schardin first encountered the victims in the hotel’s pool area. Allegedly, she engaged in a discussion with them about marital problems while in the hot tub. Later, she connected with one of the minors on Snapchat and messaged one of the boys, claiming she had a fight with her husband and asking if she could come to their room.

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Schardin’s presence in the hotel room with two 15-year-old boys and a 16-year-old boy escalated to criminal sexual conduct with the 15-year-olds. Despite allegedly messaging one of the victims afterward, asking him not to report what happened, Schardin’s actions were reported, leading to her arrest.

During her apprehension, Schardin reportedly waived her legal rights and admitted to engaging in sexual conduct with the boys. She also admitted to asking if they had a condom but claimed she wasn’t going to go through with it. Schardin is facing two counts of criminal sexual conduct, and her first court appearance was on Monday morning.

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The incident has raised questions about Schardin’s background and character. According to jail records cited by PEOPLE, she is a 39-year-old woman with two children, who was staying at the hotel with her husband for a “staycation.” However, her actions have led to serious legal consequences.

The incident has sent shockwaves through the community, with many expressing outrage and concern over the safety of minors in public spaces. Parents and community members are calling for increased vigilance and stricter regulations to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.