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Drunk receptionist groped boy, 13, in vile sex attack before passing out naked


A dental receptionist groped a 13-year-old boy and made comments of a vile sexual nature, telling him: “I’m going to ride you ‘til morning.”

Jade Berry, 27, approached the boy drunkenly while visiting a nature reserve in Cheshire in October of last year.

The boy was speaking to his friend when Berry sat between them and started touching his genitals over his clothing.

As the teens got up to leave, the receptionist exposed herself and fell asleep. She later said: “Oh my God, I do not recall anything.”

When he returned home, the boy told his mum who called the police.

Police were able to trace Berry after she left her bank card and phone on the bench at Ellesmere Port, Cheshire.

She faced two years in jail after admitting sexual assault and was ordered to wear an electronic ‘sobriety’ tag for 120 days for an alcohol abstinence monitoring programme. Berry was also put on the sex offenders register for ten years.

James Coutts, prosecuting, said: “The victim was seated on a bench in woodland when the defendant approached him. She was unknown to him and was clearly intoxicated.

“She sat between the two boys and began to touch and rub his genitals and the upper area of his thigh over his clothing whilst making highly inappropriate and sexualised comments. She said she was going to ‘ride him till morning’.

“They had in fact been talking previously about his upcoming 14th birthday – and it was quite clear to them she knew how old he was.

“The boys almost immediately left, leaving her on the bench. She removed her clothing and exposed her genitals and buttocks before passing out. They did take a video of the scene.

“The officers attended the scene and found her bank card and her phone. By the time they arrived she had left the area and she was arrested two days later.”

The court heard that the victim had tried to commit suicide and also suffered night terrors which had caused him to wet the bed. 

Berry’s counsel John Wyn Williams said: ”She has sadly suffered from mental health problems since the age of 15 or 16 and Covid was a particularly difficult time for her.

“She has a self-destructive nature and because of this nature she has turned to alcohol to deal with issues but she now realises that is not the answer to her problems. It seems that her alcohol intoxication may have led her to commit this offence.

“There is genuine heartfelt remorse and she shows the victim empathy.”

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