Mary-Ellen Mooney, a full time insurance sales operative, admitted two
charges of causing/inciting a boy aged 13 to engage in sexual activity.
Mooney was at a family home minding the kids she had been trusted to
protect and care for as their parents were away.
One of the child’s friends visited the house and Mooney sat with him on
the sofa watching TV. The pair started “cuddling” and 18-year-old Mooney
began to make sexual suggestions.
She then grabbed his hand and “guided” it down to her genital area, placing his hand inside her underwear.
Richard Milne, prosecuting, said: “It was believed that all this all
happened in a period of minute and also involved the pair kissing on the
Following the incident on January 10, Mooney, from Bradwell Common,
Milton Keynes, Bucks, sent Facebook messages to the boy – describing
what they would do if they met again.
Mr Milne added the messages were “clearly of a sexual nature”.
Aylesbury Crown Court in Amersham heard that the boy’s family confronted
Mooney and launched an assault against her which was dealt with by
“This is a case that clearly passes the custody threshold and, although
this is not certain, you must know that you could face a prison sentence
following your offences which you have admitted.” Judge Karen Holt said
She will be sentenced on November 1.
Source- Daily Star