Sin­gle mum in mas­sive win...again!


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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.

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