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Woman who had sex with 14-year-old boy three times spared prison sentence
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By Rory Tingle For Mailonline. A married nursery worker had sex with a year-old boy and had his baby, a jury heard today. Leah Cordice, who was 17 at the time, from Windsor, when she drunkenly walked into the boy's bedroom where he was playing computer games and pulled down his trousers before having sex with him, the court heard. She continued having unprotected intercourse with the child on average twice a month for a year, right through her pregnancy and after she gave birth to a girl, it is claimed. Leah Cordice, 20, walked into the boy's bedroom where he was playing computer games and pulled down his trousers before having sex with him, the court heard. Cordice's husband believed the child was his but a later DNA test showed that the schoolboy was actually the father, Reading Crown Court heard.
Nursery worker, 17, 'had sex with a 13-year-old boy twice a month'
A nursery worker had sex with a year-old boy she was looking after and had his baby, a court heard. Leah Cordice, 20, is accused of having sex with the teenager multiple times while babysitting him at his home between and The mother-of-one denies five counts of sexual activity with a child and claims she was raped by the boy. Reading Crown Court heard the boy was proven to be the baby's father after his mother contacted social services. The boy accused Miss Cordice, of Windsor, of first having sex with him after walking into his room in January when she was
Newcastle Crown Court heard how Sophie Johnson exchanged messages with a year-old she met online before meeting and having sex with him, having failed to ensure he was over Sophie Johnson engaged in sexual activity with the schoolboy on three occasions within the space of a few days, a court heard. Newcastle Crown Court heard she had ignored warnings about his age and failed to take steps to ensure he was over The court heard Johnson, 22, who is immature for her age, began communicating with the lad online and they swapped messages before meeting. Gavin Doig, prosecuting, said: "The prosecution case is Miss Johnson did not reasonably believe he was 16 or over and took no steps to find out his age.