Phoenix-area yoga teacher found not guilty in teenage sexual abuse trial

Sep 14, 2016, 12:34 PM | Updated: 2:24 pm
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PHOENIX — A Phoenix-area yoga teacher was found not guilty on all counts in a teenage sexual abuse trial dating back to early last year.

Lindsey Radomski, 32, was accused of exposing her newly augmented breasts to adults and children and performing a sex act on a teenage boy at a bar mitzvah in Scottsdale.

After most of the guests went home or were asleep early in the morning, Radomski allegedly invited seven boys ages 11 to 15 into a bedroom, allowed them to touch her breasts and performed a sex act on the oldest boy.

A grand jury declined to indict Radomski on several felony counts, but she was still tried in city court on multiple misdemeanor charges, including sexual indecency and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Radomski admitted in court to drinking too much at the party. She said described her behavior that night as the “most obscene moment of my life.”

Her defense team argued that she was drugged, though prosecutors refuted the claim.

Had Radomski been convicted, she likely would have faced several months in jail and some fines.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Phoenix-area yoga teacher found not guilty in teenage sexual abuse trial