The story was shocking and salacious.

Five of her daughter’s male high school pals “gang-banged” a 40-year-old mother from Bradenton, Florida. She hosted a party at her Manatee County home when the nefarious encounter took place. The woman was intoxicated when the police arrived on the scene, and they quickly discovered the terrible reason why everything happened.

On January 18, 2017, police detained Jaimie Ayer, 40, on suspicion that she had sex with two young males, ages 16 and 17, during a party where she served alcohol to the kids. Three felony counts of Unlawful Sexual Activity were brought against her. The bond amount was $22,500.

Jaimie Ayer

But things got worse… Two days later, three other teenage boys came forward and claimed that they, too, had had sex with Ayer. On January 20, police filed four new charges, raising her bail to $52,500.

According to the probable cause affidavit, Ayer‘s daughter was throwing a party for about eight teenagers from two separate schools.

The affidavit claims that Ayer provided the teen’s alcohol when she got home and began mixing with the students. That triggered a chain of events that quickly spiraled out of control. Jaimie “continued to socialize and drink with the children,” the affidavit says, “and eventually told a boy that she needed to shower and that he should come help her.”

Jaimie Ayer’s mugshot

The teen “helped” her shower, and she then had sex with a 16-year-old and 17-year-old at the party, after supplying the teens partying at her house with alcohol.

By the time the party was over, police say that Ayer had had inappropriate sexual contact with five of the teen boys. Allegedly “gang-banged” Ayer.

Jaimie Ayer

The charges have shocked people who have known Ayer for years.

Ayer’s longtime friend and former roommate says, “That’s not the Jaimie I know. I would never have expected this to happen.”

“This is so radically opposite from what Jaimie’s life used to be,” says Ayer’s friend. “The Jaimie I know, when she’s at her best, would never dream of doing this. And I don’t think she was prowling on her daughter’s friends; I think this was really bad judgement that happened.”

Sources: Taphaps, pechip, bradenton

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.