Mother of Three Weeps Uncontrollably After Being Cleared of Having Sex With A 14-Year-Old Boy: ‘It’s Been Worst 2 Years of My Life’
On 9th December 2020
Vincent Teah, 32 was accused of having sex with a minor after muring the teenager to her home and forcing him to sleep with her. However, in a recent and final verdict, the court has ruled her to be innocent and free from all charges. Overwhelmed with happiness, Vincent took to social media to celebrate her victory.
A case that has been going on in court for the past two years got its final verdict in a surprising turn of events. Even though Teah Vincent, 32, mother of three admitted to having sex with a 14-year old after she lured him and his friend during a football game to her house. However, the court has ruled in favor of Vincent.
The kids were playing football together near Vincent's home in Gloucestershire when the incident happened. The woman welcomed boys at her home for a glass of water. But things took a turn for the worst when she took one of the teenagers to her room and had sex with him.
The court has now ruled the verdict in favor of Vincent claiming that she is not guilty of knowingly having sex with an underage.
After the court ruling, Vincent took to social media to celebrate her newfound victory.
“Not liable. Much obliged to you everybody that remained behind me and trusted me it’s been the hardest two years off (sic) my life.”
“Welcome 2021 for me and my children.”
The case took four days at the Glouchester Crown Court, after which Vincent was released by Judge Ian Lawrie QC.
The surprising decision by the court came when it came to the realization that the teenager lied about his age on his Facebook profile.
Apparently, the teenager lied about his age and claimed that he was born in 2000 that gave the impression that he was much older than he really is.
He later revealed in court that he lied about his age after he wanted to use social media when he received a new phone.
“I put a bogus date birth since you must be 13 to get to Facebook. This was on the grounds that I needed to get to games and different things straight away.
“I picked 2000 in light of the fact that 2001 or 2003 was ‘muddled’. I neglected to transform it when I got more seasoned. I have next to no utilization of Facebook as I fundamentally use it for games.”
“I might have held up six days before I came 13 to enlist with Facebook, yet I decided to be 16 just about 17, for Facebook purposes.”
Even though the teenager did not tell Vincent if he was 16 or 17, her side of the story was quite different in court.
“I’m certain he disclosed to me he was over 16 and I felt he looked a lot more seasoned. It didn’t happen to me that he may be underage.”
“He unquestionably didn’t disclose to me he was in Year 9, or that he was just 14 preceding we had intercourse.”
Defence barrister Catherine Flint, in her final speech to the jury before they retired to consider their verdict, said: “You have heard a lot about Ms Vincent’s behaviour on that Sunday.
"You may have formed a view that her behaviour was morally questionable.
“However your role is not to make moral judgements, but to decide if she broke the law."
Judge Ian Lawrie QC summed up the verdict and said: “The issues in the case are straightforward. It comes down to the question of the boy’s age.