A Jefferson City woman has been charged with two counts of second-degree statutory rape.
According to court documents, Amy Wallendorf, 28, of 6511 Village Drive, involved male juveniles who were under the age of 17 in the incidents.
As of Thursday, Wallendorf was being held in the Cole County Jail on $100,000 bond.
In interviews with authorities, one victim said he met Wallendorf through friends and began having sexual intercourse with her in February when he was 15.
He said the relationship lasted through July and that he and Wallendorf had sex on numerous occasions.
The victim said Wallendorf supplied him with different kinds of drugs and alcohol, including but not limited to ecstasy, Vicodin and Wallendorf's prescription Adderall.
The victim's phone was forensically examined. A video taken by the victim was recovered depicting a topless Wallendorf lying in bed with the victim, therefore corroborating their relationship.
The victim's mother provided authorities with copies of Facebook messages she had printed from Wallendorf to the victim. These messages indicate Wallendorf picking the victim up from school and his neighborhood. Wallendorf refers to the victim as "snuggle bunny" in these messages, as well as telling him she loves him.
The second victim interviewed by authorities said he met Wallendorf through a mutual friend and spent the day with her in Memorial Park in November.
The victim told authorities that he concocted a story and told his mother he was staying the night with a friend.
Once back at Wallendorf's residence, the victim and Wallendorf engaged in smoking marijuana and drinking alcohol, both provided by Wallendorf.
The victim said he and Wallendorf then had intercourse.
The next day, the victim's mother questioned him about his whereabouts and the victim told his mother where he was and she came and picked him up from Wallendorf's residence.
Authorities are investigating another case involving Wallendorf having sex with a minor.
During their interviews with both boys, authorities said there were consistencies in their involvement with Wallendorf and how a piece of wood on her bed was broken and kept falling off.
Authorities attempted to interview Wallendorf, but she invoked her right for an attorney and refused to give a statement.