A mum of three allegedly lured two teenage boys to her house after watching them play sports, a UK court has heard.
Prosecutor Christopher Smyth told a jury at Gloucester Crown Court that 32-year-old Teah Vincent allegedly offered two 14-year-old boys water after watching them play football at a field near her home, according to The Sun.
When they were in her kitchen, Vincent allegedly began to talk about sex and invited one of the boys upstairs.
“He went up thinking there would be a television or some other gaming device while his friend remained downstairs in the kitchen,” Mr Smyth told the court, according to the publication.
“Ms Vincent then took the boy into her bedroom and told him to sit down on the bed. She left the room and reappeared a few moments later having removed her clothes,” he claimed.
The court was told Vincent allegedly initiated sex with the boy for five minutes before he fled the room and left with his friend.
“In the end he pushed her off, got dressed and fled downstairs,” Mr Smyth said.
“He knew he was under age and that there was a big age gap between them - she was more than twice his age.”
Vincent has pleaded not guilty and told police she believed the boy was 16-years-old.
“Ms Vincent had previously spoken to the older boy when he told her he was 18. Once the pair were inside the house, she says, the alleged victim told her he was 16,” Vincent’s defence lawyer Catherine Flint said.
A few days later, the alleged victim’s mum visited Vincent, who reportedly slammed the door in her face.
The father of the other boy also reportedly visited Vincent and told her to leave the boys alone.
Vincent was arrested on October 26. The trial continues.
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