Police say a second victim has come forward alleging that a 38-year-old Greeley mom sexually assaulted him.
They arrested Lynne Freeman again Thursday night, hours after she bonded out of jail following the first arrest.
According to the arrest affidavit, the first victim told police that he was visiting the Freemans in April when Freeman molested him.
Court documents state that Freeman told one of her children to take the dog outside, then grabbed the victims arm, took him upstairs to a walk-in closet and performed a sex act on him.
The victim was 13-years-old at the time.
He was sent back downstairs and told not to tell anyone about what happened, said Sgt. Susan West of the Greeley Police Department.
According to the affidavit, Freeman told the boy that if he mentioned it to anyone, it would mess up his baseball career.
The boy kept the incident to himself until June 7, when he told his father. The father went to police.
During their investigation, police learned about a second potential victim, a 16-year-old boy.
According to the arrest affidavit, the 16-year old told police that he met Freeman at a park near 58th Avenue and 13th Street the last week of May.
He said they started kissing and fondling each other in a car.
The alleged victim told police that he went to Freemans house in mid June and that Freeman and that the two of them again had sexual contact. This time a family member caught them in the act.
The affidavit states that Freeman also told the second victim not to tell anyone about their intimate relationship.
In court Friday, Freemans attorney said his client denies the allegations.
But the affidavit indicates that police had both victims phone Freeman to talk about what happened. They recorded the conversations.
Neighbors told 7NEWS theyre surprised by the allegations.
Its shocking to realize that its just a few houses down from you, said neighbor Donna McEntire. Youve got to wonder how many other victims are out there.
Freeman was a parent volunteer at University Schools in Greeley.
West said the assaults did not occur at the school, but said she didnt know if Freemen met the victims there.
The judge ordered Freeman to stay away from the school and to stay away from children ages 18 and under.
Police are continuing to investigate, and ask anyone with information to call Sgt. Adam Turk at 970-351-5381 or Investigator Greg Tharp at 970-350-9533.
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