A woman has been jailed for three-and-a-half years after she sneaked into the room of a married man and performed Mouth Action on him as he slept.
Marie Le-Mar, 38, was so drunk that she fell off the bed, and the older man was horrified when he realized the woman who had climbed on top of him wasn’t his wife, a court heard.
Le-Mar, of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, removed her clothes and went into the man’s room after she returned from a drinking session just days before England went into its coronavirus lockdown last year.
He was sleeping separately from his wife due to his snoring, and was awoken to a woman trying to engage in sex with him in the pitch black.
Prosecuting counsel John Farmer said: “He mistakenly thought it was his wife. The defendant tried to pull him on top of her, plainly trying to engage in sex, but she fell off the bed. The realization came that this was not his wife.
“He came to his senses as he was in a deep sleep, turned the light on and realised she was drunk and stark naked.”
The victim told his wife what had happened as she immediately phoned the police. While the trio waited for officers to arrive, Le-Mar threatened to “knock her f***ing teeth out,”Â the court heard.
Le-Mar attempted to resist arrest and assaulted a police officer. Body worn camera footage showed her kicking the officer to the chest with her bare foot, a judge heard at Amersham Law Courts.
Following an interview where she claimed she couldn’t remember anything, Le-Mar admitted charges of causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent; sexual assault; common assault; and assault of an emergency worker.
Derek Johashen, defending, said Le-Mar had had a very hard life from the age of seven, and had never committed a sexual offence before.
He said: “She has no sexual attraction to this man, it is not something she would ever consider and she cannot explain why it is she decided to act in this way. She is not a predator.
“She is somebody who comes by abusing alcohol or drugs, she uses it as a form of medication.
“Her offending behavior is because of her use of alcohol. In this particular offence she was very drunk, so much so that she fell from the bed. Alcohol is never an excuse, but this is a woman who is hearing voices.”
Judge Thomas Rochford told Le-Mar: “Sexual offences against men are no less serious then sexual offences committed against women, the act has gender neutral terms to achieve equality.
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