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SEXUAL BATTERY! 22-year-old mother of five rapes boy, 14, while husband and her children slept in the same room


The Police in Florida, US have arrested a 22-year-old woman on charges relating to sexual battery for allegedly having sex multiple times with a teenager.

Justice Maryie McKay allegedly raped the 14-year-old boy while her husband and five children were in the same room, police said.

McKay was arrested Wednesday on sexual battery charges after the boy’s mother noticed marks on his body left by McKay and confronted her, showing her photographs of his body, the Gainesville Sun reports.

McKay and her family were at the boy’s home on July 22 celebrating her birthday when she used WhatsApp messenger to summon the boy into a room where she was staying – and where her husband and children were sleeping, according to a police report.

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The boy initially refused McKay’s offer and said no at least once before going to the room, where he told McKay he had no intention of getting physical with her, the boy told police.

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But once there, McKay kissed him, removed his clothes and had sex with the teen, police said. The following day, McKay told the boy she “wanted to be with him” and couldn’t forget what they had done.

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About a month later, McKay picked up the boy from a bus stop in Gainesville and told him she’d give him a ride to school. But instead of taking him to class, McKay took the teen to her home in Lake Butler, where they had sex again on Aug. 13, police said.

McKay left scratch marks and “hickies” on the boy’s body during the sexual battery, according to investigators.

Days later, McKay picked the boy up from a gas station in Gainesville before they had sex again. During those incidents in August, police said McKay’s five children and teen cousin were also in the home during the alleged attacks.

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McKay, who has filed a written plea of not guilty, remained held at the Alachua County Jail on $75,000 bond as of Friday morning, online records show. Her attorney could not be reached for comment, according to the Gainesville Sun.