SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) - A jury on Wednesday acquitted an Arizona woman accused of flashing underage boys at a bar mitzvah last year and performing a sex act on one of the teens.
Lindsey Ann Radomski was found not guilty on all 18 misdemeanor counts. Radomski, 34, cried and hugged her attorneys after the verdict was read by a Scottsdale City Court judge.
The jury got the case late Tuesday afternoon after a nearly seven-week trial.
"I'm just incredibly happy it's over. Thank God," Radomski said outside the courthouse.
She faced a sentence of up to six months in jail, a $2,500 fine and three years' probation if convicted.
Radomski was arrested in March 2015 on charges including public sexual indecency with contact and contributing to the delinquency of a child.
A grand jury refused to indict her on felony charges because of a lack of evidence.
Police said the yoga instructor invited seven boys ages 11 to 15 into a bedroom at a bar mitzvah and flashed her newly augmented breasts.
She reportedly allowed the boys to fondle her breasts and then allegedly performed a sex act on a 15-year-old boy.
Radomski said she was drinking that night and doesn't remember what happened. Her attorney said she was drugged while at the event, and she actually was the victim and the boys sexually assaulted her.
Prosecutors said Radomski may have been drunk at the bar mitzvah, but she still should be held responsible for her actions.