More Details: Sherwood woman of "Cheer Perfection" arrested for rape of teenage boy | News
SHERWOOD, Ark. (KTHV) - Police in Sherwood said a woman is facing felony charges after being arrested for the rape of a teenage boy.
A press release from Lt. Jamie Michaels details that on Nov. 27, the Sherwood Police Department received a call from the Arkansas Child Abuse Hotline (1-800-482-5964) about allegations of sexual assault by Andrea Clevenger, 34, of a teenage boy.
According to the release, detectives obtained a warrant charging her with one count of rape and one count of engaging children in sexually explicit conduct for use in a visual or print medium.
Details stated in the arrest affidavit depict what led to Clevenger's arrest. The affidavit states that a call was received at the Arkansas Child Abuse Hotline on November 27, 2013 regarding a 13-year-old who had reportedly been raped by Clevenger at her home in Sherwood.
Owner of Cheer Time Revolution James Stacy said while he hates this may have happened, the alleged incident didn't take place at his establishment, nor does he have any ties to the Andrea Clevenger.
"I was completely unaware of the allegations that were made against her. It's very surprising if these allegations are true. I did not watch the show. It was filmed at our location, but I took very little part in it. The parents responding to the misrepresentation that's been put into print and media make it sound like it happened at our location and that is not the case. She has not been with our program for some time now. She left our program sometime around the beginning of school and these allegations were said to have occurred sometime in November," said Stacy.
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Through investigation, officers reported learning that Clevenger and the teen had been engaged in at least three separate incidents, involving various acts of sexual intercourse. Two of the events reportedly occurred in October 2013 in Clevenger's vehicle while the third incident was said to take place on November 8 at Clevenger's home.
The teen's parents told police they had found inappropriate images on the teen's phone, which had been deleted. Officers were able to use software to obtain the memory information from the phone. That data showed that there had been 32 explicit images, which the teen said were sent to him from Clevenger.
According to the affidavit, the mother told police in a written statement that she and Clevenger had a conversation following the November 8 incident. In that conversation, the mother said that Clevenger admitted to the acts occurring, then said the teen "doesn't act 13 (years old)."
Police said Clevenger surrendered to the court Tuesday, represented by her attorney, and was released on bond with GPS monitoring.
Andrea Clevenger has appeared on TLC's show "Cheer Perfection", a reality TV show that follows young cheerleaders who compete competitively with Cheer Time Revolution, a gym located in Sherwood, Arkansas.