Bad Girl! Bride-To-Be Performed S3x Act On Fiance’s Boss & Then Lied He Raped Her

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A bride-to-be who lied about being raped after performing a
sex act on her partner’s boss just days before they were due to get married has
avoided jail. Sophie Tucker, 23, invited her fiance’s boss back to their
home after exchanging a string of flirty texts with Carl Williamson, 51.

The mum-of-two had also exchanged saucy messages with him on
Facebook, and had begun sending naked snaps of herself to his mobile phone. A court heard that upon arriving at her home, Williamson was
thrown onto the sofa and she began performing a sex act.
But upon leaving her home he bumped into her partner and his
employee Chris Hutchings, 28, who she was due to marry in just a matter of
days. That is when she claimed she had been raped, saying that he
had forced her to commit the sex act.
She alleged Mr Williamson – who runs a firm that provides
first aid support for large events – grabbed her breast.She then told police officers that she was not strong enough
to force him away.
Mr Williamson was arrested the next day and spent a
harrowing seven hours in custody.
He was then put on police bail for 24 days until the rape
allegation was dropped after Tucker confessed that it was a lie.
She said she lied because she was “scared” that Mr
Hutchings would break up with her.
The mum also touched Mr Williamson under the table when the
three shared a night out before the secret tryst, the court heard.
Adrian Chaplin, defending Tucker, said: “She is a young
and immature woman who stupidly and selfishly got involved in a wholly inappropriate
flirtation on the eve of her wedding.”
Mr Williamson told Exeter Crown Court in a victim personal
statement that he was “treated like a criminal” and the false
allegation had hit his business and caused him depression.
Tucker wept in the witness box, saying: “I am extremely
sorry for what I have done.”
The mum, from Torrington, Devon, was given an 18-month
suspended jail sentence after she admitted perverting justice.
Judge Ian Lawrie QC said: “She has to live with the
shrapnel of her lies.”
He remanded Tucker in the court cells for 30 minutes before
passing sentence.
The judge said he did not want Tucker’s children to
“suffer for your actions and stupidity”.
Tucker’s partner Mr Hutchings sat outside the court with her
mum while the case was being heard.



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