According to a Scottsdale police spokesman, a grand jury will not indict a woman who police have accused of performing a sex act on a 15-year-old at a Bar Mitzvah.

A Maricopa County Grand Jury did not find sufficient evidence to indict 33-year-old Lindsey Radomski.

Police allege Radomski invited seven boys into a bedroom and let them touch her breasts after most of the adults at a Bar Mitzvah had left. Police say she also performed a sex act on 15-year-old underage boy.

Radomski's attorney, Jocquefe Blackwell, says he isn't surprised the investigation has been returned to police without indictment.

But other attorneys say Radomski's case follows a trend of lenient punishment for female suspects.

Also today, a former middle school teacher in Phoenix was sentenced to 10 years in prison for having sex with a 15-year-old former student. Similar cases, but only one indictment.

"When the tables are turned and it's a female teacher or coach and a male student, the female teacher is seen as a victim of raging male teenage hormones," attorney Jason Lamm said.

Lamm has defended male and female sex offender suspects. He said he routinely sees female suspects getting fewer years behind bars.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.