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Dinner Lady 'had Sex With Friend's 12-Year-Old Son After Seducing Him By Text Message'

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1348259/Dinner-lady-sex-friends-12-year-old-son-seducing-text-message.html

A primary school playtime assistant had sex with the 12-year-old son of a close friend five times, a court heard.

Mother-of-two Diane Pullar, 31, began picking the boy up from school and sent him secret text messages which he was told to delete.

The blonde was only exposed after another friend's sons walked in on them. She allegedly groomed the boy after her son became friends with his older brother.

Pullar, who it was alleged once straddled the 12-year-old on a trampoline with her cleavage exposed, denies six counts of engaging in sexual activity with a child.

The mother, from Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, worked as a playtime assistant at a primary school in the town.

Claire Matthews, prosecuting, told a jury at Cambridge Crown Court that after committing the attacks Pullar attended the boy's 13th birthday party.

She said: 'Diane Pullar was involved in a full-blown sexual relationship with a child. The families became close and even went on holidays together.

'Diane knew his age because she went to his thirteenth birthday party and bought him a card saying thirteen on it.

'She would collect him from school in her car. She sent him text messages saying things such as 'Love you loads, remember to delete this, kiss, kiss, kiss.'

The prosecutor said the mother's secret relationship with a boy was only discovered when someone walked in on them.

Christ yet another one!

Pretty large age gap in this one, most of the recent one's have seemed to be boys around 15. It seems like some predatory men some women can't resist young boys.

It would appear that young boys are just as vulnerable to these types of predators as are young girls.

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Not taking away the seriousness of the charge but I am not comfortable that anyones picture and details can be published in the middle of a criminal case.

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It's a right moose.

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When I was 12 or 13 my imagination poked all sorts of weird and wonderful things ;)

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Not taking away the seriousness of the charge but I am not comfortable that anyones picture and details can be published in the middle of a criminal case.

I agree that it's not particular fair and doesn't appear to support the idea of innocent until proven guilty. This is named and shamed irrespective of what the court finds.

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I agree that it's not particular fair and doesn't appear to support the idea of innocent until proven guilty. This is named and shamed irrespective of what the court finds.

The official reason given for this long-standing policy is that there may be other victims who will come forward if details of the alleged perpetrator are published.

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The official reason given for this long-standing policy is that there may be other victims who will come forward if details of the alleged perpetrator are published.

Possible helpful if guilty, if they are innocent what then?

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Possible helpful if guilty, if they are innocent what then?

It can happen far earlier in the legal process though, witness the Jo Yeates case when the lynch mobs were encouraged to make their own judgements when her landlord was arrested.

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Makes a mockery of that BA rule that unaccompanied minors can only sit next to women and not men on their planes. There are clearly sick predators of both sexes

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It can happen far earlier in the legal process though, witness the Jo Yeates case when the lynch mobs were encouraged to make their own judgements when her landlord was arrested.

IIRC you said: Guilty and to string him up ;)

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