A mother denied having “striptease sex” with a string of underage boys when she appeared before a judge today.
The 38-year-old will stand trial accused of 13 counts of sexual and physical abuse on seven victims aged under 16 years.
Amanda Tompkins of Northwick Road, Bletchley was dressed in a black jacket, black trousers and white top when she appeared before Judge Francis Sheridan sitting at Aylesbury Crown Court.
She spoke only to deny the charges as they were read to her after the judge asked her defence counsel whether she was denying doing a “striptease” or not.
Tompkins, who was accused of having sex with two groups of boys, was released on conditional bail and ordered to return to the court for her 10 day trial on February 20.
The mother, who told the court she does not work, will stand before a judge and jury charged with one count of attempted sexual assault, one of sexual assault by touching and five of sexual activity with a child which allegedly involved repeated oral and vaginal sex with four boys between February 1 and February 29.
She was also accused of two counts of sexual activity with a child, sexual assault by touching, attempting to engage in sexual activity with a child by touching, all said to have happened on May 7 and involve three other boys.
Tompkins was also charged with attempting to sexually assault and one of common assault, against one other boy.
She was released on bail subject to bans on contacting witnesses in the case and meeting any children aged under 18 years without parental or guardians’ consent.
A pre-trial review hearing at the court will be held on January 23 next year.