The underage boy had been drinking alcohol at Tammy Gregory's home and succumbed to the 36-year-old's sexual demands according to reports
A mother-of-three is accused of having a sex romp with a 14-year-old schoolboy.
The underage boy had been drinking alcohol at Tammy Gregory's home and succumbed to the 36-year-old's sexual demands, a jury heard.
The boy left a party with a few friends and went back to her three bedroom house to drink more, a court was told.
Prosecuting, Christopher Hewertson told the jury of five men and seven women that at around 2am or 3am the boy went to bed into the defendant's room, while his friends went into her young sons' room.
When the boy awoke he found her in the bed, they started kissing before he pulled off her pyjama bottoms and they had full sex Reading Crown Court was told.
"The sexual activity takes place at the defendant's home address," said Mr Hewertson. "There is no dispute that the victim was at the time 14-years-old. He had had his 14th birthday exactly a week before.
"Clearly alcohol was consumed. He wakes up close to dawn at which stage he is aware the defendant has got into bed with him.
"They roll over and face one another. There is a period of kissing. He, in effect, rolled on top of her. There was a short period of digital sex that led to full sex.
"It was full sexual activity, full vaginal sex, consensual and deliberate between the victim, aged 14, and defendant, clearly an adult."
Mr Hewertson told the jury that the question they had to answer was whether the pair had sex or not.
"He says squarely that they did and she says squarely that they did not," he said.
"The prosecution says this is not some kind of figment of imagination, made up by him. There is no motive. It is simply his frank position.
"She deliberately, and we say significantly, had sex with him underage."
Mr Hewertson said that the boy did not feel like a victim but the matter was reported to police by his mother.
"He, in many ways, despite being a child, doesn't consider himself really a victim in the archetypal sense," he said. "It is because he was fairly participating in the act."
The boy's mother found out about the incident and confronted Gregory at her home before reporting it to the police in August 2013.
Gregory , of Luscinia View, Reading, Berks, denies one count of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.
She insisted that she was in bed on the night in question and that the boy came to her room drunk where she comforted him before he fell asleep.
The trial continues.