Young mother accused of sleeping with 13-year-old virgin boy is spared jail with a warning: "No teenage lads around for parties"
Jordan Lightfoot denied three charges of sexual activity with the 13-year-old boy, and a charge of sexual activity by touching with a boy of 15, but was found guilty.
A judge warned a woman who had sex with a 13-year-old schoolboy not to invite teenagers to her house for parties henceforth. However, there will be no prison sentence for 21-year-old Jordan Lightfoot.
Back in 2016, Lightfoot, who was 19 at the time, engaged in sexual intercourse with an anonymous schoolboy on the kitchen floor at her home in Rhyl, North Wales. The teenager was a virgin at the time, the Mold Crown Court heard.
Earlier this month, the 21-year-old was found guilty of three charges of sexual activity with the teenager, which she previously denied. The charges included sexual activity by touching with a boy of 15 and causing or inciting the elder boy to engage in sexual activity.
When asked by Simon Rogers, prosecuting, whether she enjoyed the attention of the boys aged between 13 and 15, Jordan replied: "They were just friends.”
After reading raunchy text messages on her son's phone, the stunned mom immediately called the authorities, the court heard.
When the mum confronted the 13-year-old about “inappropriate” messages she found on his phone, he told her he had “full blown sex” with an older woman, the court heard.
She told the jury of her "disgust" when she found more Facebook messages between Lightfoot and her son. One of them reportedly said she was “on my little own in bed.”
The mother also revealed that her son earlier tried to brush her off but later admitted: "they had full-blown sex on the kitchen floor."
According to Judge David Hale, the conversations on the phone were not available for the jury as they had been deleted.
However, the judge imposed on Lightfoot an 18-month prison sentence, suspended for two years, with 50 days of rehabilitation activity.
She has been banned from contact with boys aged between 11 and 16, according to a five-year Sexual Harm Prevention Order. Lightfoot can only be in touch with boys who fall in the category with the consent of parents who know about her conviction.
According to The Sun, Judge Hale warned the mother-of-one, saying: “No teenage lads around for parties or anything like that.”
The 21-year-old was put on the sex offenders register for ten years and is liable to pay $184 in costs. It was also revealed that she is the mother of a baby and her partner is unconnected with the said case.
Prosecutor Jo Maxwell said text messages between the young boy and Lightfoot "made it obvious she was in control of the relationship."
On the other hand, Simon Killeen, defending, said that the events transpired during a relatively short period of time when Lightfoot "was an immature teenager."
Judge Hale, while passing the sentence, said that it happened during a troubled period of her life when she was living on her own.
"You became involved with a group of lads, people who were prepared to befriend you, and you were prepared to befriend them.
"On these two occasions, you engaged in a brief sexual relationship with both of them."
"There is a disparity of age, they were vulnerable because they were even less equipped than you to deal with the emotional relationships involved. I accept you were immature."