Single mum in massive win...again!
IN MY KNICKERS’
He started to put his hands in my knickers.”
The girl then described to the officer further sexual activity between the pair. She told the police officer that Johnson knew how old she was and added: “He asked me when I was 16.”
The jury of eight women and four men was played a second police interview during which the teenager described more serious alleged sexual contact between her and Johnson during the same meeting in his car.
The woman police officer asked her how she felt. She replied: “Not very good. I was disappointed in myself.”
When the officer asked her why she did not mention the more serious sexual contact in the first interview, she said that there was evidence on text messages to back up everything else she said but not this sex act.
She also said that rumours had begun to circulate about the other sexual activity but not about this. She said she was worried that talking about it “would only make it worse”.
In the first interview, the girl explained how she first met up with Johnson – who she said she idolised – on January 17 last year and he signed two Sunderland shirts for her.
She told how Johnson exchanged WhatsApp messages with her after their first meeting, saying, “You owe me for this” and “am I going to get a thank you kiss?”.
She said that, on a second meeting with the player, they started kissing and then, “He undid the button on my trousers... he got his hand down my trousers. He started to put his hands in my knickers.”
The teenager told the officer that Johnson knew how old she was and added: “He asked me when I was 16.”
The jury was also played a second police interview in which the teenager described more serious sexual activity, including how she performed a sex act on Johnson during the second meeting in his car.
Johnson, Co Durham, has admitted grooming the teenager and has pleaded guilty to one count of sexual activity with her when she was 15. He denies the two further charges.
The trial continues. AT COURT: Girlfriend Stacey Flounders A SINGLE mum has won a £2.5million jackpot – just weeks after she netted a five-figure sum with the same bookmaker.
William Hill said the latest prize was the biggest ever won by one of its customers.
The punter, from the north of Scotland, described the win as “surreal” and said she’d initially hoped to net just “a couple of quid”.
She now plans a holiday to Disneyland for herself and her seven-year-old son.
The woman, in her early 40s, became a millionaire on Valentine’s Day when she scooped £2.5m with the Festival Of Lights Vegas online casino game. The jackpot had been building over an 18-month period.
It was her second recent celebration after she won £30,000 on an online game with the bookie three months ago.
The school worker said: “It is all still so surreal. You play these games, hoping to win a couple of quid, not a couple of million.”
A spokesman for the bookmaker said: “This, by our reckoning, is the biggest sum a William Hill customer’s ever won.” THERE are no rivers in Saudi Arabia.