Scottsdale Woman Exposes Herself to Teens and a Bar Mitzvah

by Doug Zanes | Last Updated: March 30, 2015

A Bar Mitzvah is often a special celebration and a rite of passage for a young boy where close family and friends gather to witness this spiritual journey and indulge in some good food, conversation and a whole lot of dancing!

However, last week in Scottsdale, Arizona this special occasion turned sour as a 32-year old woman was accused of indecent exposure and performing indecent acts on a teen. Lindsey Radomski, a yoga instructor in Northern Scottsdale, was released from jail with an ankle monitoring device for such acts.

Radomski was arrested Tuesday on several felony charges after witnesses said she exposed her newly augmented breasts to adults and children and performed indecent acts on a teenage boy at said bar mitzvah.

Although Radomski admitted to officers she remembered exposing her breasts, she confessed that she was too inebriated to remember any other encounters with the guests.

Radomski was among 80 to 100 guests at the Saturday affair and was told by several adults to “sleep it off” in one of the house’s bedrooms after exposing herself to both a group of adults and teens. But on Sunday morning, after most of the party guests had gone home or were asleep, Radomski allegedly invited seven boys ages 11 to 15 years old into the bedroom including one boy whom Radomski performed a sex act.

This encounter was revealed to the victim’s parents the next day who immediately reported it to the police.

Radomski was interviewed Tuesday, arrested and booked into jail on two counts of sexual conduct with a minor, seven counts of sexual abuse, 12 counts of felony indecent exposure and two counts of misdemeanor exposure, according to police records. Although having no record before, Radomski earned herself 21 felonies and a bond set at $10,000.

Doug Zanes
Doug Zanes: Founding Attorney Raised in Douglas, Arizona, and went to college at Arizona State University and graduated from law school at St. Mary’s University School of Law in Texas. Doug began practicing law in Phoenix Arizona in 1997.
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