She’s kind of like a super hero with a secret identity, isn’t she? In the evenings and on weekends, Terry Mussari, 45, coaches on the “C” level cheering squad, (girls 10- and 11-year-old) for Stoughton Youth Athletic Club(MA) and during the day she runs a spa. Well, it’s actually more than just a spa, if you believe the police reports.
According to cops, Ms. Mussari also offered an undercover cops a little bonus if he hired 12 of her masseuses for a “private party.” For a mere $1720, the ladies would also provide party guests with sexual favors. A police report also suggests that the ladies who work for Mussari also provided sexual services at her spas in exchange for “tips.” Oh, and something about selling drugs, but that doesn’t seem to be the main thrust–so to speak–of the investigation.
League officials claim to be embarrassed by the claims and would have suspended Mussari if she hadn’t already resigned.
Who thinks of these things? Really? The best way you can think to tell new players “Welcome to the team!” is to allegedly force them to, first: do a striptease dance judged by older players, and then, second: walk naked around the locker room with plastic water-bottle crates tied by string to their genitals and dragging on the floor. To make the task even more difficult, according to reports by one 15-year-old victim’s father, the older players threw wet towels into the crates to make them heavier as the challenge was in progress.
First off, that can’t be good for you package. And second . . . who thinks of these things? Apparently players on the Neepawa Natives junior hockey team that is part of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. The league claims it is still investigating, but so far four players have left the team (three have actually been suspended) and two coaches (one has been suspended).
BADJOCKS UPDATE: Stacy Schuler, 33, was found guilty yesterday of having sex with at least five students from Mason High School (Ohio). At least some of her victims were members of the MHS football team. Schuler was convicted despite a rather unique insanity defense from her attorney who argued among other things that, in fact, the students took advantage of her.
Here’s the interesting part: Schuler and her attorney (along with a psychologist who will likely be laughed at during his next professional conference) claimed that some minor pre-existing medical and physical ailments combined with her vegan diet and use of alcohol and an antidepressant resulted in some kind of “perfect storm” that reportedly impaired her ability to tell right from wrong. That being, of course, that it’s wrong to get drunk with five underage boys and have sex with them.
As a result of the conviction, Schuler faces four years in prison.