Mother, 39, ‘who had a girl with a teenage boy’ denies sexually assaulting him in her bed and on a golf course when he was under 15
- Sarah Campbell, 39, from Merseyside, appeared at Liverpool Crown Court today
- The charges relate to two alleged victims, both under 15, between 2016 and 2018
- The mother appeared in court on Wednesday and denied all charges
- One charge alleges that her child was conceived when she allegedly abused the boy
A mother accused of having a baby with a boy she allegedly sexually abused denied all charges against her when she appeared in court today.
Sarah Campbell, 39, of Bootle, Merseyside, is charged with 15 sex offenses against two teenage boys, both under the age of 15, between 2016 and 2018.
The mother denied all allegations when she appeared before the Crown Court in Liverpool on Wednesday afternoon.
Sarah Campbell (pictured), 39, of Bootle, Merseyside, charged with 15 sex offenses against two teenage boys between 2016 and 2018
She pleaded innocent on all charges, saying she intentionally touched the boys in a sexual manner, “not reasonably believing” that they were 16 years of age or older.
Campbell is facing nine counts of sexual activity with one of the boys, when he was between the ages of 13 and 15, which reportedly happened between 2016 and 2018.
Eight of the counts are said to involve penetrative sexual activity, with some specifying that this took place in her bed and once on a golf course.
One of those charges alleges that her daughter was conceived on one of the alleged sexual assaults of the boy.
The ninth charge regarding the first boy was a non-penetrative count and would involve touching him with her feet.
Campbell is also facing a further six counts of sexual activity with the other boy, when he was between 13 and 15 years old, all between 2016 and 2017.
The mother (pictured) denied all allegations and pleaded for all charges at Liverpool Crown Court on Wednesday afternoon.
Four of the counts would relate to penetrative sexual activity, while the remaining counts would relate to non-penetrative sexual activity.
Simon Christie, in defense, said his client denied all charges.
Prosecutor Martine Snowdon said Campbell’s trial was estimated to take four to five days.
She said: ‘The defendant is out on bail with conditions not to contact any of the complainants.’
Judge Louise Brandon has set the trial for May 9 next year and has released Campbell on parole until that date.