Two Pennsylvania women are facing charges stemming from a sleepover involving six teenage boys.
Angela Honeycutt, 38, and Lynne Long, 45, both of Bucks County, Pa., are accused of a series of allegedly sexual incidents April 14 as the teens, ages 14 to 16, attended a sleepover at Long's Lower Makefield home.
Honeycutt, a mother of two young children, is accused of having sex with a 14-year-old and performed sex acts with a 15-year-old, CBS3.com reported. She also allegedly open-mouth kissed some of the minors, exposed her breasts to the teens, entered a shower with a juvenile and engaged conversation of a sexual nature, the station reported.
Long is accused of watching, listening and instructing the teens not to say anything.
Honeycutt is charged with statutory sexual assault, unlawful contact with a minor and related charges. Long is facing charges of endangering the welfare of children and corruption of minors.
"What is so particularly outrageous about this is the violation of trust," Lower Makefield Twp. Police Chief Ken Coluzzi told CBS3.com. "You think you've seen everything and then all of a sudden, another report of an outrageous crime comes in."
Authorities were tipped off to the incident after one of the boys involved told his parents, the station reported.
The women surrendered to authorities Wednesday and were released on bail.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.