Parents reveal sordid details of how they helped nab California mom throwing teen sex parties


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Parents say Shannon O’Connor used Snapchat to communicate with teens

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Details are emerging about how Parents helped expose Silicon Valley-area mums Guilty To host alcohol-fueled sex parties for teens in their multi-million dollar california House.

One girl’s mother said, “She’s really good with phones. She’s a pro with social media.” Shannon O’Connor’s Wed News. “She tries to put a nail between the parents and the kids. She’s a hunter.”


O’Connor confronts 39 criminals charge, which included sexual abuse, sexual battery, endangering children and giving alcohol to minors from parties he allegedly hosted at his home.

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The parents of the teen are now coming forward as to how they were told about his behaviour, which points to the use of social media to allegedly contact the children.

The parents of an unidentified teenage boy said their son had known O’Connor’s son for a long time and didn’t think much about the Halloween party last October 30. But “he assured us that it was all going to be out, they would play ping pong, basketball,” the boy’s father told Mercury News.

The boy attended the party and the parents said they picked him up from O’Connor’s house later that night. They found her standing barefoot, wet and cold at the end of the driveway of a $4.7 million French Colonial-style home. The family returned to their home, and the son reportedly smelled alcohol, vomited and fell asleep.

While their son was sleeping, his parents said that they saw his phone burning with messages. The boy’s father said he received Snapchat messages between various teens and O’Connor, who was using the name “nun” on stage.

California mom secretly witnessed teen’s drinking parties, witnessed sexual abuse: Officials

He explained that it appeared that O’Connor arranged a party at their home with alcohol for the teens when they went out with her husband.

“How did it all go,” the nun messaged.

“Thanks Shannon!” A boy answered.

The parents said the messages threw a girl off, in terms of sex, and how their son “drank too much his second time” and “handled it like a champ.”

As the Mercury News reports, O’Connor harassed the teen with questions like “did your parents nev” and “did anyone know I wasn’t there”.

The boy’s parents confronted O’Connor and her husband – who has not been charged in the case – over the party and the messages. The boy’s father said he had screenshots showing O’Connor and that his son would no longer be allowed to see O’Connor’s son.

Then more parents started talking to each other about O’Connor’s behavior.

A girl began dating O’Connor’s son and his mother began noticing strange behaviors such as drinking, falling asleep at a table and lying down, the outlet reported.

Then the mother discovered that O’Connor was texting with her daughter.

“Shannon was telling her what to do and when and how to lie to me and her father,” the girl’s mother told Mercury News. “It was completely insane.”

The daughter eventually told her mother about the alleged sex parties at O’Connor’s home that were filled with alcohol. The girl said that O’Connor even asked her to recruit other girls.

Prosecutors say the girl was subjected to sexual acts from boys at parties at O’Connor’s insistence, and was asked to perform sex acts on boys while she was intoxicated. The girl reportedly confronted O’Connor about the abuse, but received laughter from O’Connor. The criminal complaint also alleges that O’Connor failed to stop a teenage boy from beating the girl after telling him to stop cheating on his girlfriend.

After the revelations, the girl’s mother went to the police and started warning others about O’Connor.

O’Connor had moved to Idaho before being arrested on October 9, and parents near Boise also gave details of the disturbing accounts.

In March, O’Connor’s son became friends with a teenage girl in Idaho via the video game Fortnite. The girl’s mother described how her daughter’s relationship with O’Connor’s son was awkward and O’Connor was a constant presence. O’Connor also reportedly gave the girl a $200 Tiffany necklace, a dozen roses, and an UberEats delivery to her home when she mentioned being hungry.

The mother eventually also received disturbing messages between the girl and O’Connor and cut off the daughter’s relationship with the family.

“We were all really fooled by the ‘cool mom’ thing,” she said. “Looking back… there were red flags,” said the girl’s mother.

O’Connor was denied bail during his first court appearance last week, and the judge ordered him not to have contact with any of his 15 alleged victims. He faces more than 20 years in prison if convicted, and must register as a sex offender.


She is also facing fraud charges related to a case in which she is accused of making $120,000 in unauthorized charges on a credit card from her employer.

Her sons are placed in the custody of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.

Granthshala News’s Louis Cassiano and Stephen Soares contributed to this article.

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