Inquirer Staff Writer Larry King reports:

Jury deliberations are expected to begin today in the Bucks County

trial of Angela Honeycutt

, a single mother of two charged with sexually assaulting two teenage boys during a sleepover she was supposed to be chaperoning.

The 39-year-old Lower Makefield woman is accused of having sex with a 15-year-old boy in the shower of a friend’s home, and then molesting a second boy, 14, who also had joined her in the shower.

Honeycutt, whose lawyer called no defense witnesses, denies the charges. She has acknowledged acting provocatively and kissing some of the boys, but has said she touched none of them sexually in the shower.

The allegations stem from a teen party held April 11-12 at the home of Honeycutt's friend and neighbor, Lynne Long-Higham. It began as a party for about 20 male and female high school freshmen who were friends of Long-Higham's teenage son.

After all but six boys went home, prosecutors say, Honeycutt danced suggestively, discussed sex with the boys, kissed three of them, and then stripped and invited them to shower with her. Two accepted; one after the other.

Honeycutt’s attorney has said the charges are groundless, and that they grew out of boasts some of the boys made after the party. Closing arguments are scheduled for 9:30 a.m. in Bucks County Court.

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