Thursday, 7 January 2016

Mum 36 Allegedly Had Threesome With 15-Year-Old Boy and His Friends, Gave Him Amphetamines To Keep Him Awake For Sex

Caroline Lea
Caroline Lea 

A 36 year-old Mum, Caroline Lea gave a 15-year-old boy amphetamines to keep him awake for sex, a court heard. She allegedly slept with the lad on a regular basis for several months until he realised she was too old for him.
She is also accused of having a threesome with another boy of 15 and his young friend, and sexually touching a third boy of the same age. Jurors were told the offences took place after Lea invited boys to booze and smoke cannabis at her home in Blackpool, Lancs.

Prosecutor Francis McEntee said a 15-year-old complainant believed he was in a relationship with Lea, who has three sons. The court heard she started to kiss him when the pair were watching television at her house.

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Initially he pushed her away but then relented and went on to have sex with her on nearly every occasion he visited her address. Mr McEntee said: "Sometimes he was tired and did not want to, and on one night she gave him some speed (amphetamine) to keep him awake."

Another alleged victim told police his friend suggested "a three-way" with the defendant and then it "just happened". As the two lads sat on her settee for five minutes, Lea is said to have told them: "Come on boys, I thought you knew what you were doing." Lea allegedly performed sex acts on the two youngsters and had full intercourse with both.


The third complainant, also aged 15, was said to have visited the defendant's home on a regular basis to smoke cannabis. He said Lea "tried it on" with him on her settee while he was "really off his head". Wearing just knickers and a T-shirt she rubbed against him and "made it clear she fancied him", it is claimed.
Mr McEntee told the jury: "The complainants and other youths would go to the address and, the prosecution would say, would be permitted to smoke drugs and drink alcohol. "The prosecution case is that the defendant's address became something of a dosshouse for young lads."

He said that police had issued a child abduction notice to the defendant regarding one of the complainants and as a result he was not permitted to stay at her house.
When arrested and interviewed over the sexual allegations, Lea said the first complainant was "infatuated" with her and suggested he was "a little bit not right". She also dismissed the threesome claim as "nonsense".