A California mother is suspected of sleeping with fellow underage hockey teammates of her son.
On Tuesday, July 31, trial began against Kathia Maria Davis, of Laguna Nigel, who is alleged to have had sexual intercourse with a 16 year old and a 13 year old.
The hockey mom is said to have initially flirted with the boys and eventually provided them with alcohol before engaging in sexual intercourse with them on multiple occasions.
Meanwhile, 47 year old Davis admitted to having sex with the 16 year old, in 2010 and 2011, only because she was under the impression that he was 18.
Even more, despite her claims that the 13 year old made several advances at her during the year of 2005, Davis denies that anything happened.
According to the Orange County Register, prosecutors revealed that in addition to holding alcohol parties at her home for teenagers, she also performed sexual acts at the parties. As you can imagine, her attorney David Cohn has denied such claims.
In fact, Davis’s attorney purported that Davis only held parties at her home for parents of team hockey players, and if the youth obtained alcohol they did so without permission.
The Orange County Register reported that Cohn depicted the 13 year old as the aggressor; that he was completely enamored with Davis. Cohn went on to explain that according to Davis, the youth began to cross the line the moment he began transmitting text messages to her suggesting sexual intercourse.
Although Davis initially denied ever having had sexual intercourse with the boys, she eventually succumbed and agreed that she had had sexual intercourse with the 16 year old because she was under the assumption that he was 18, the same age the her own son was at the time.
Court documents revealed that the mother of the 16 year old boy testified at a 2005 grand jury hearing, alleging that Davis gave her son as well as the 13 year old boy alcohol during a sleepover at her home following a tournament. Davis allegedly apologized to the woman after she confronted Davis.
Davis was charged with three misdemeanor counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a sentencing enhancement allegation of substantial sexual conduct with a child, four felony counts of unlawful lewd acts on a child younger than 14, as well as four felonious counts of lewd acts on a child younger than 14.
Original Article: www.nydailynews.com
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