Brunette, 42, bonked teens as re­ward for wreck­ing her love ri­val’s mo­tor, court told

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By NEIL GOOD­WIN

A MUM had sex with two un­der­age boys to re­ward for them van­dal­is­ing a love-ri­val’s car, a jury heard.

Scorned Dav­ina Travi, 42, struck a deal with the schoolboys aged 13 and 14 af­ter she was dumped by her boyfriend for an­other woman, it is al­leged.

She is said to have asked them to dam­age the car of his new girl­friend Stacey All­right in re­turn for sex.


The teenagers found Miss All­right’s Peu­geot 306, smashed it up and brought Travi the num­ber plate to prove they’d kept their end of the deal, the court was told.

Travi was “as good as her word” and al­legedly had full sex with the older boy in the be­d­room of her home while her chil­dren were out be­fore sum­mon­ing the sec­ond one.

Al­legedly the mum-of-five from Bournemouth, Dorset, then had sex­ual in­ter­course with the younger boy be­fore kick­ing the pair out.

But she con­tin­ued to keep in con­tact with the teenagers by send­ing them sex­ual text mes­sages while they were at school, it was said.

The court heard ev­i­dence she had been in touch with one of the boys, ei­ther by phone call or text, 548 times in the space of eight months, and that she for­mu­lated a se­cret code of three ques­tion marks with both boys and would text them it if she wanted to have sex.

She ended up bed­ding the younger boy at least one more time, it was claimed.

It was when the girl­friend of one of the teenagers found out what had hap­pened that they were en­cour­aged to tell a school so­cial worker.

Travi de­nied three counts of sex­ual as­sault claim­ing med­i­cal con­di­tions in­clud­ing “vagi­nal dry­ness” make sex dif­fi­cult for her.

The pros­e­cu­tion said the boys were part of a group who used to visit her house and drink al­co­hol and smoke cig­a­rettes, adding at Bournemouth Crown Court that the boys had been will­ing par­tic­i­pants, but were not legally ca­pa­ble of giv­ing their con­sent.

The trial con­tin­ues.

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