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Let me just be up front. I am a 40 year old business owner. I am in good shape and most consider me good looking. I own a local hang out that is marketed as a safe place for kids to hang out. Parents love it. The kids love it. They can come shoot pool, listen to awful music, dance, and gossip and eat junk food. Its become the place to go on weekends. The parents are happy because its alcohol free and supervised. However, sometimes I have parties on weekends at my home and only the special kids get invited. Booze flows and kids get hammered. What can I say? I like fucking drunk teens.




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She bought vodka and Fireball whiskey, provided condoms, and urged the teens not to tell their parents about the parties. She also allegedly discouraged the children from calling for help when one passed out from getting drunk and vomited, authorities said.


Prosecutors say she also let a minor drive her SUV in a parking lot while two other kids were hanging onto the back of the vehicle. One of the two teens hanging onto the back allegedly fell off and was knocked unconscious.


LOS GATOS (CBS SF) -- A Los Gatos mother is facing dozens of charges, including child abuse, after allegedly throwing drunken parties for young teenagers where she encouraged sex acts that she would sometimes watch, authorities announced Tuesday.


"Minors were not only furnished with alcohol, but provided a safe haven for very dangerous behavior," said legal analyst and former prosecutor Steven Clark. "The first question that needs to be asked is how did this out-of-control animal house for underage teens go on for so long without detection."


Shannon O'Connor (aka Shannon Bruga) -- a 47-year-old who currently lives in Eagle, Idaho -- bought vodka and Fireball whiskey, provided condoms, and discouraged the teens from telling their parents or authorities about the parties or calling for help when one of them passed out in their own vomit, according to a statement of facts in the case.


The teens at these parties were mostly 14- and 15-years old and included O'Connor's own teenage son. Most of the parties were held at O'Connor's then home in Los Gatos, but at least two were held elsewhere at residences in Lake Tahoe and Santa Cruz.


The child abuse charges outline a series of O'Connor's alleged drunken and destructive house parties for young teens that started in June of 2020 and continued until May of this year. According to the district attorney's office, she would warn the teens not to disclose the parties or she could go to jail. Over time, a total of nine different teenage girls were involved in the parties.


At one party at her home, O'Connor allegedly gave an underage teenager a condom and pushed him into a room with an intoxicated minor. During a New Year's Eve party at her home with about five 14-year-olds, the defendant watched and laughed as a drunk teen sexually battered a young girl in bed, according to the court documents. In some cases, O'Connor would Snapchat or text teens to leave their homes in the middle of the night and drink at her home, providing the alcohol.


In another incident, O'Connor let a minor drive her SUV in the Los Gatos High School parking lot while two other teens held on to the back, according to prosecutors. One fell off and was knocked unconscious.


Shannon Bruga, 47, is being held without bail in the Ada County Jail on a fugitive warrant in the California case. Detectives say, however, that Bruga may have held similar gatherings for teenagers in Ada County after moving to Idaho.


According to the Santa Clara District Attorney's Office, Bruga "threw drunken parties for young teenagers where she encouraged sex acts, sometimes non-consensual, and sometimes while she watched." Many of those in attendance were 14 or 15 years old, and friends of Bruga's teenage sons.


On several occasions, prosecutors allege, Bruga would send Snapchats or text messages to teenagers in the middle of the night, telling them to leave their homes and come to her house to drink alcohol. She also pressured several young girls into performing sex acts on boys, prosecutors say, and encouraged sexual activity even when the children involved were extremely intoxicated.


In December 2020, according to a statement of facts filed in the case, Bruga brought a 14-year-old boy into a bedroom where an intoxicated 14-year-old girl had gone to lie down. The teen girl later told police that the boy had sexually assaulted her as she cried, and that Bruga laughed when the girl confronted her about what had happened.


Investigators say Bruga also allowed an underage, unlicensed teen to drive her SUV around the high school parking lot while other teens held on to the back. When a boy fell off the moving vehicle and was knocked unconscious, according to the statement of facts, she did not take the child to the hospital or tell his parents what had happened to him. Later, she instructed several teenagers to lie about how the boy had gotten hurt, officials say.


The sheriff's office says investigators suspect Bruga has held similar parties for Idaho teens over the last several months. Anyone with information is urged to call 208-577-3704 or send an email to ahagemanturner@adacounty.id.gov.


She allegedly gave 15 minor teens access to alcohol, full run of the house and encouraged them to have sex, according to court documents. At one party, she allegedly handed a drunk boy a condom and shoved him into a room with a 14-year-old girl.


Shannon O'Connor listens in a courtroom in San Jose, Calif., on Oct. 20, 2021. Bail was denied for O'Connor, a California mother accused of hosting alcohol-fueled parties for her teenage son and his friends where she encouraged them to drink and have sex with intoxicated girls. (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group via AP)


O'Connor allegedly used the screen name "Nun" on Snapchat and communicated with her sons' friends, inviting them over for the drunken parties, encouraging them not to tell their parents and sometimes leaving them completely unsupervised when she went out with her husband, who was not charged in the scandal and filed for divorce after her arrest.


This Tweet was intended to evoke discussion leading into a very serious show topic based upon a recent news story, hence the #teensaccused label. It was a poll question, not a statement or a joke. As he has maintained over many years, Dr. Phil believes that the position of those incapacitated in any fashion; be it drugs, alcohol, age or mental illness can not and do not have the capacity to give their consent to anything, especially sex, which could have life changing repercussions. This was a research post in preparation for a show, not a personal post and Dr. Phil deleted it the second he saw it. It was clearly ill-advised. We sincerely apologize that it suggested anything other than what was intended, data gathering.


In early 2022, Martinez visited Lincoln and filmed sex acts with the girl in a local motel, Pflanz alleged in the affidavit. The Texas man compiled hundreds of nude photos and videos of the teen, Pflanz said.


Then, after the teen broke up with Martinez in April, he refused to delete the photos and threatened to "expose" her, even after the girl pointed out she was 17 when the images were taken, according to the affidavit.


These issues have become more a part of the public dialogue on American campuses as the number of reported date rapes has increased. Some universities have reacted by adopting social-conduct codes, others have begun to offer workshops, hot lines, and counseling. But the traveling theater troupe of college-age actors known as the Anti-Sexual Abuse Project (ASAP) has gained plaudits for spurring conversation among parents and high-school teens.


"Rightly or wrongly, parents across America have a real problem opening a discussion with their ... children about the realities of sex and drinking," says Toby Simon, former associate dean of student life at Brown University and creator of the program. "This gives them a nonconfrontational opening to hear each other's views as well as the views of both teen and adult peers."


Begun five years ago as a campus project at Brown University in Providence, R.I., the program has become in demand nationwide as the issue of date rape has gained prominence. The award-winning, eight-actor ensemble has performed for 40,000 teens from Maine to San Diego. What makes the program successful, say parents, teens, and teachers, is its realistic depiction of teen dating in the '90s.


"I have been surprised at the number of parents I know who will go away and leave their teenage kids alone like this and allow them to have parties," says a woman in the parent discussion. "We as parents need to take more responsibility."


Labour MP Sue Moroney asked whether the Police Minister would "now expect the police to reconsider laying charges in these teenage sexual assault cases". If not, she asked, "what measure will he offer the victims who the police now admit they failed?"


The findings were described as shocking by Stephen Rowen, director of the Rutland Centre for addictions. Mr Rowen delivered a sobering warning to parents that teenagers are drinking a frightening amount of alcohol and claimed the problem is going to get worse before it can improve.


Junior Minister Mary Hanafin said drinking was affecting teenagers' schoolwork. The 49pc increase in drinking here over the past decade was "frightening and way out of proportion with the rest of the EU". 041b061a72


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