Kansas woman pleads guilty to holding underage drinking party

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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (KAKE) -

A 44-year-old Kansas woman has pleaded guilty to hosting an underage alcohol party and child endangerment charges. 

WDAF reports that Tiffany Shalberg agreed to plead guilty to those charges in a deal with prosecutors. In exchange for her plea, prosecutors dismissed additional counts of child endangerment, furnishing alcohol to a minor, child misconduct and promoting obscenity.

Prosecutors alleged that Shalberg, a Blue Valley schools employee, hosted parties for high schools in southern Johnson County for more than six months. She was accused of giving alcohol and marijuana to teenagers who partied with her at her home.

Students told police that she would invite older men to the parties and showed the teens naked photos of herself and the men.

Police said investigators learned that Shalberg allegedly performed oral sex on a male student at her Overland Park home. She has not been charged with committing any illegal sex acts against a minor.

The plea agreement calla for Shalberg to serve 14 days in jail and placed on probation for 18 months. She'll have to pay a fine of $1,000, attend substance abuse and mental health evaluations and not have any unsupervised contact with unrelated minors.

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