Shannon O'Connor, 47, is facing dozens of charges for allegedly hosting alcohol-fueled sex parties for her 15-year-old son and friends.
The California mom accused of hosting wild alcohol-fueled sex parties for her 15-year-old son and his teen friends allegedly went by 'the Nun' on social media and lured girls with gifts such as Tiffany jewelry, a new report says.
Shannon O'Connor, 47, who is accused of luring 14- and 15-year-olds to her $4.7 million home in Los Gatos, is painted as a tech-savvy 'predator' who taught the teens how to lie and even allegedly used gifts in order to bait them, parents say.
The mother of two is accused of hosting the parties at her $4.7 million, 5,122-square foot Northern California estate in Los Gatos that has a pool, sports court and more.
O'Connor, a mother of two, allegedly organized at least a half-dozen large parties and a smattering of smaller gatherings at her home in Los Gatos, but also in Santa Cruz and Lake Tahoe, where prosecutors said she would ply 14- and 15-year-olds with vodka, hand out condoms, encourage minors to have sex, and even watch and laugh while the teenagers engaged in sex acts, some of which were said to be nonconsensual.
A mother in Boise, Idaho told the Post she became acquainted with O'Connor after learning she planned to relocate to the state.
The online trail revealed that O'Connor was purportedly helping her daughter sneak out of the house after her parents were asleep.
The girl's mom told the outlet that phone records traced the calls back to O'Connor.
Officials in Idaho, where O'Connor had recently moved with her children, said that when deputies arrived to arrest her earlier this month on a fugitive warrant, they found a dozen teenagers at her home.
O'Connor allegedly taught the teens to lie to their parents about the parties she hosted
Deputy District Attorney Rebekah Wise also alleged that O'Connor, who had relocated with her sons to Star, Idaho, where she allegedly continued throwing boozy parties for minors, was a flight risk
Prosecutors said O'Connor used the cards to charge limousine rides, clothing purchases and alcohol deliveries to her home