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Reality show mom arrested for alleged rape of 13-year-old boy

Andrea Clevenger, the 32-year-old mom of Kylie on TLC network's "Cheer Perfection," was arrested Tuesday, turning herself in to police in Sherwood, Arkansas, after two warrants were issued for the alleged rape of a 13-year-old boy.

Huffington Post reported Jan. 15 that Clevenger was arrested on two counts -- for rape and for engaging children in sexually explicit conduct for use in a visual or print medium. She was subsequently released on bond.

The celebrity gossip website TMZ revealed that documents regarding the case show that the 13-year-old boy has claimed to have had sex with Andrea Clevenger several times. According to the teen, the reality show mom asked him to remove his pants during a visit to her house. She then climbed on top of him and they had sex, ending by ejaculating into her mouth.

The teen also alleged that he and Clevenger had oral sex in her car at least two times. He stated that the two exchanged sexually explicit photos of each other.

It was when the boy's parents saw the photos that the police were brought in to investigate.

Andrea Clevenger's arrest was the first of two in as many days for a cast member of the "Cheer Perfection" show.

According to TMZ, Ronald Dunlap, co-owner of cheerleading training gym Cheer Time Revolution, was arrested for marijuana possession and possession of drug paraphernalia early Wednesday morning, just a day after Clevenger turned herself in. Wife and co-owner Alisha Dunlap reportedly barred her husband from the gym after the arrest. Cheer Time Revolution has a zero tolerance drug policy.

According to Arkansas Matters, TLC released a statement following Andrea Clevenger's arrest.

"TLC doesn’t have a comment; Regarding the series, the network made the decision a few months ago not to order more episodes, and we do not air the show in repeats."

"Cheer Perfection" premiered on TLC network in 2012 and follows people involved in the world of competitive cheerleading. A spin-off of the reality show "Toddlers & Tiaras," it aired for two seasons, a total of 16 episodes.

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