A grand jury turned the case back over to Scottsdale Police and her attorney tells FOX 10 she believes she was drugged at the party.
The grand jury found there was not enough evidence in this case to indict Lindsey Radomski, who was potentially facing almost two dozen felony counts.
Radomski is off the hook -- for now. The 33-year-old who was arrested in March. At the time, she was accused of sexually abusing the young boys at a Bar Mitzvah at the private home of a family friend.
After her arrest, Radomski told a judge there was more to the story.
"I understand the seriousness of the allegations, no doubt about that. However, I do have my side as well within the whole story. I just ask that the release conditions be reasonable so that I can be let go. Seeing how I don't have a record and I have never done this before," she said.
Radomski's attorney said he is not surprised the grand jury did not indict his client, who was facing up to 21 felony charges. He believes Radomski was drugged at the Bar Mitzvah party and says independent tests showed the presence of a date rape drug in her system after her arrest.
The Maricopa County Attorney's Office has sent the case back to Scottsdale Police for more investigation and the department could re-submit the case, but at this point, Radomski is not facing any charges over the alleged incident.
If this case ends up in Scottsdale city court, Radomski would only be facing misdemeanor charges. Scottsdale police have submitted two counts of misdemeanor indecent exposure for showing her breasts during the party.