Woman convinced 14-year-old boy to have intercourse with her and then falsely accused him of rape

A 36-year-old woman Mandy Stubbs persuaded a 14-year-old boy to have intercourse with her and then accused him of raping her


                            Woman convinced 14-year-old boy to have intercourse with her and then falsely accused him of rape

A 36-year-old woman who had sex with a 14-year-old schoolboy and then accused him of rape has been jailed for four years and eight months. Mandy Stubbs "inflicted herself" on the teenager while she was extremely drunk in September last year. The police were alerted once the 14-year-old told his mother. However, Stubbs who hails from Murton, England claimed that the teenager raped her. 

At the County Durham crown court, judge Jonathan Carroll sentenced her and shared: "She is directly accusing this boy of rape. I take this as a case of her having little or no remorse. She will be sentenced on the basis that she has pointed the finger of blame at the complainant". Jonathan Carroll has sentenced her to for four years and eight months in jail and said that while "disgracefully drunk" she "inflicted sexual contact" on the child "to satisfy your own sexual desires, with a complete disregard for his needs".

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After the case, the boy's mother said, "We’ve been through so much because of her". Mandy Stubbs will now be a registered sex offender for life under a Sexual Harm Prevention Order, indefinitely. She attempted to deny three counts of sexual activity but eventually went on to accept one count and the trial was abandoned. However, she insisted that the boy had made advances towards her but her defense lawyer Jane Foley shared that this was no longer the case. 

Foley shared, "The defendant was very intoxicated at the time the offense took place and, whatever limited recollection she has is not just limited, it’s distorted". Judge Jonathan Carroll said, "She’s directly accusing this boy of two counts of rape. I take it as a case of her having little or no remorse. She will be sentenced on the basis that she’s pointed the finger of blame at the complainant". 

According to 'The Northen Echo', the boy's uncle shared that the family was extremely relieved that his suffering was over and said, "It’s like a cloud is starting to lift after more than 11 months. Obviously, it was a big relief to us and for him when we heard she had finally admitted what she had done. He felt like no one believed him and we thought he would eventually have to go to court to give evidence". 

"This has been hanging over his head until she found sense and pleaded guilty. I said all along the truth will come out, and, thankfully, it has. After this happened he became quite reclusive and didn’t want to go out in public in case he bumped into people who knew that there was a court case. He was worried about what people might think of him. For months and months this has been part of our lives," he continued. 

"It’s been a struggle, but at least he can now get back to his normal life and try to put this behind him. We will also try to get our lives back to normal," he added.