December 2017

Woman had sex with schoolboy jailed 

A perverted mum was busted after having sex with a schoolboy after they had to be rescued from a disastrous camping trip

Rhiannon Scott, 24, was forced to call for help after pitching her tent too close to a river which burst its banks, leaving her and the 15-year-old schoolboy trapped for hours. 

The grooming came to light after emergency services found the teenager hiding inside the tent

Scott, who met the boy online while playing twisted role play games, was yesterday jailed for two years. 

She pretended to be a barmaid while her victim adopted a variety of characters, prosecutor Anna Pope told Mold Crown Court in North Wales

Scott, from Wrexham, told how she thought the boy was in her 20s before she discovered his real age in May last year. 

But her claims were rebuffed by the prosecution. 

She admitted two charges of meeting a boy aged 14 and 15 intending a sexual offence following grooming. 

The pervert also admitted four charges of sexual activity with a child. 

Judge Rhys Rowlands also ordered her to sign the sex offenders register for 10 years and she is subject to a ten-year sexual harm prevention order restricting her internet use. 

Her own children are being cared for by their grandmother.

December 2017

A woman has admitted having sex with an underage boy.

Rhiannon Elizabeth Scott, 24, groomed the boy, 15, before having intercourse with him.

She was ordered to register with the police as a sex offender and will be sentenced in February.

Scott appeared in the dock at Mold Crown Court and pleaded guilty to a total of eight offences.

Scott, who lives in Fourth Avenue at Gwersyllt near Wrexham, admitted two charges of meeting a boy aged 14 and 15 intended a sexual offence following grooming.

She admitted four charges of sexual activity with a child, the boy when he was 15, which included intercourse.

Scott also admitted causing a child to look at an image of a person engaged in a sexual act, and possessing an indecent photo of a child aged 15.

Judge Niclas Parry agreed to adjourn for a longer period than usual so that a psychiatric report could be obtained by the defence.

He also ordered a pre-sentence report from the probation service.