School dinner lady offered sex to boy, 12, as she said was 'horny'

Married school dinner lady and ex-nurse, 52, offered sex to boy, 12, as she told him she was ‘horny’ and wanted him to spank her bottom

  • Jane Sewell was arrested after boy’s horrified mother found chat on son’s phone
  • Messages showed she sent explicit picture and boasted about sexual conquests
  • Judge branded her a ‘predator’ and said she avoided prison by ‘a hair’s breadth’ as he handed her an eight-month suspended sentence at Cardiff Crown Court 

A married former nurse and school dinner lady who offered oral sex to a 12-year-old schoolboy was let off an immediate jail sentence.

Jayne Helen Sewell sent explicit pictures of herself to the boy and boasted about her previous sexual conquests.

The 52-year-old told the young boy she was ‘horny’ and encouraged him to spank her bottom, a court heard.

Ex-nurse and school dinner lady Jayne Helen Sewell (pictured) has been spared an immediate prison sentence after she was caught having sent messages offering sex to a 12-year-old boy

A judge gave her a suspended sentence and ordered her to register as a sex offender.

The ‘sexual predator’ has lost her husband, home and job, Cardiff Crown Court was told.

Sewell used Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram to ‘seduce’ the boy who she never met in person.

Prosecutor Jeffrey Jones said: ‘The texts were clearly sexually graphic and aimed at seducing the boy.

‘There is evidence Sewell sent him a photograph of her breasts, though the image itself has not been recovered.

‘She offered the boy sex acts and said she would like it if he spanked her bum.

‘There was also talk of the pair being ‘horny’.’

Sewell was caught after the boy’s shocked mother found the ‘clandestine sexual chat’ on his mobile phone.

The former nurse, of St Mellons, Cardiff, admitted engaging in sexual communication with a child under 16.

Thomas Roberts, defending, said Sewell had lost everything because of her actions which she admits are ‘abhorrent’. She had no previous convictions.

Sewell was handed an eight-month suspended sentence at Cardiff Crown Court (pictured) as the judge branded her a ‘predator’ and said she avoided prison by a ‘hair’s breadth’

Judge Paul Lewis QC told her: ‘You have avoided going to prison by a hair’s breadth – you are entirely to blame.

‘You were motivated by sexual excitement and, had you met, it could have resulted in the sexual abuse of the boy.

‘Children have to be protected from predatory adults, and that is what I regard you as – a predatory adult.’

Sewell was given an eight-month prison sentence suspended for two years.

She was ordered to register as a sex offender for five years and given a sexual harm prevention order preventing her from contact with boys aged under 16.

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