Women gave lads oral sex at booze & drug-fu­elled party

Sunday Sport - - FRONT PAGE - By PENNY MAR­SHALL news@ sun­daysport. co. uk

THREE mid­dle- aged mums who held OR­GIES with teen lads were nicked when their loud sex whoops rubbed fu­ri­ous neigh­bours up the wrong way.

Po­lice swooped on a house be­long­ing to Su­san Phillips, 40, who co- hosted the naked romps with neigh­bours Glenda Smith, 43, and Sally Daven­try, 45.

Of­fi­cers found SIX strap­ping teens in “states of var­i­ous un­dress” in the lounge at Phillips’s home.


It was soon es­tab­lished that none of the lads were un­der­age but po­lice found a “sub­stan­tial” amount of co­caine. They also found cannabis in hand­bags be­long­ing to Smith and Daven­try.

In­quiries found that the par­ties had been the talk of the street in Lu­ton, Beds, where the three women all lived.

Phillips told in­ves­ti­ga­tors that the three had been friends for years and all had chil­dren at univer­sity.

With the young­sters away, the trio got the idea of invit­ing round some local lads for “par­ties” – which soon turned sex­ual.

The court heard that Phillips and Smith are di­vorced. Daven­try’s hubby was of­ten away on business and mag­is­trates heard that her hus­band is stand­ing by her, de­spite her in­fi­delity at the or­gies.

The court heard that when cops en­tered Phillips’s liv­ing room three of the six lads were “vis­i­bly aroused” while an­other was be­ing “orally plea­sured” by a naked Daven­try.

Up­stairs, Phillips was hav­ing “pen­e­tra­tive sex from behind with one lad while fel­lat­ing an­other”.

Sex toys in­clud­ing dil­dos and butt plugs were on the cof­fee table as was “ev­i­dence of drug- tak­ing”.

Mag­is­trates heard that po­lice at­tended the ad­dress in June after com­plaints from nu­mer­ous neigh­bours about “loud mu­sic” and “cries of sex­ual ec­stasy”.

The three all pleaded guilty to drugs of­fences. A charge of keeping a dis­or­derly house was dropped by pros­e­cu­tors be­fore the case started.

GUILTY: ( top to bot­tom) Phillips, Smith and Daven­try

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