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Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Family Takes 59-Year Old Woman On Holiday With Them, Only To Se*xually Molest Their 14-Year Old Son

A 59-year-old woman accused of having sex with a 14-year-old boy while on holiday told him: 'Your mum thinks you're a boy but I know you're a man,' a court heard.

Gail Dickinson, of Glenrothes, Fife, was allegedly seen by the victim's grandmother having sex on the balcony of an apartment in San Antonio in Ibiza.

Ms Dickinson was said to be a friend of the family and had gone to the Spanish island with the youngster, his mother, grandmother and brother.

Dunfermline Sheriff Court was told during the holiday, where they all shared a flat together, the schoolboy's grandmother heard her telling him: 'You've got a lovely package there.'

She told the court: 'I thought she was talking about his private parts and that it was very, very inappropriate.'

She said she had split up Dickinson and the boy when she found them in the living room and her grandson was partially naked and 'clearly aroused.'

She then told him to go to bed but later heard whispering from the balcony.

When she looked through a gap in the curtains, she saw the pair engaged in sexual intercourse.

She then told the court that she saw Dickinson performing a sex act on the boy and added: 'I could tell from his face he was enjoying it.'

She added that Dickinson was 'making demands' and the boy was following 'like a robot.' She added: 'It was a horrible situation. I couldn't believe it.'

But she told how she was too shocked to intervene adding: 'I didn't want a rumpus to start'.

Later she confronted Dickinson, who told her she must have been dreaming but added: 'I'm terrible, you must hate me.'

The witness then told her daughter and Dickinson was told to leave the flat. When the family returned home the police were contacted.

Earlier the boy gave evidence via video link, saying he had been out for drinks in the evening with his mother and Dickinson.

The boy admitted he was 'pretty drunk' when they returned to the flat, and told how 'Gail was coming on to me… She was touching my shoulders and legs.'

He told how he went to bed, but later went back to Dickinson, who led him out on to the balcony where they had sex.

He told the court: 'I was stunned it happened. When I woke up in the morning I felt pretty rubbish. I regretted it.

'It wouldn't have happened if I was sober.'

Dickinson denies that she engaged in sexual activity with the boy by kissing him on the lips, touching him on the body, performing oral sex on him and engaging in sexual intercourse in June last year.

The trial continues.