Mom pleads guilty to sexually assaulting 2 Greeley boys

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Lynne Freeman (Photo: Weld County Sheriff's Office)

Lynne Freeman (Photo: Weld County Sheriff's Office)

GREELEY, Colo. — A Greeley woman accused of sexually assaulting a 14 and 16-year-old pleaded guilty to one felony count in a Weld County District Court on Wednesday.

Lynne Freeman, 38, a former parent volunteer at University Schools, was turned into police by the 14-year-old, who said she took him into a closet and sexually assaulted him.

After Freeman was arrested on June 20, the 16-year-old boy came forward with similar allegations. The second victim accused Freeman of assaulting him on two separate occasions.

According to court documents, Freeman’s daughter caught her mother in the act of performing sexual acts on the 16-year-old during the second encounter, which took place in the basement of the Freeman home.

Freeman pleaded guilty to one count of attempted sexual assault on a child, which is a class-five felony. Her sentencing is scheduled for Jan. 31, at which point in time she could face between one and 10 years in jail, a fine of up to $2,500 or both.

She remains free on $50,000 bond.