`Sexual predator` Australian woman held
Melbourne: A 52-year-old Australian woman, described as a predator who preyed on children, planned to kill her husband and marry a 13-year-old boy with whom she was having an affair.
Deborah Goulopoulos, a married mother of two, was 42 when she first had sex with the teenager in her home in 2002, the Herald Sun reported Tuesday.
Her victim, now 23, was then a student at a Melbourne private school. They had unprotected sex frequently.
The boy, who was not named, told the court the sexual relationship continued for more than two years. He described Goulopoulos as a predator who preyed on helpless children.
He said on some occasions they would have sex while the woman`s children were asleep in the same room.
Sometimes, the woman would phone the boy`s school, pretending to be his mother to get him out of class, and the two would then have sex during the day.
The victim told police that later Goulopoulos started "freaking me out by talking about killing her husband".
The woman spent $39,000 on gifts, alcohol and drugs for the boy.
Goulopoulos pleaded guilty to one charge of persistent sexual abuse of a child under 16. She was remanded in custody and will be sentenced next week.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Will Akhilesh-Rahul alliance be able to trump BJP in UP elections?
- Arms case: Salman Khan acquitted by Jodhpur court
- Raisina Dialogue 2017: Pakistan must walk away from terror, says PM Modi
- DNA: Analysis of insensitivity shown by political leaders over rising poverty in India
- Valour of a soldier: CRPF officer Satwant Singh fights Naxals till his last breath
- World's 30 most dynamic cities: Check out the full list
- WATCH: Kieron Pollard's incredible one-handed six demoralises Fawad Ahmed
- China State TV said that its troops can reach New Delhi in 48 hours in war scenario; Indians slay it with their replies
- Virat Kohli's 'shot of the year' already has a big challenger – See video to believe!
- Bengaluru pips Silicon Valley to become world's most dynamic city