A mother-of-five had sex with two underage boys as a reward for them vandalising a love-rival’s car, a court heard today.
Davina Travi, 42, from Bournemouth, Dorset, ‘struck a deal’ with the schoolboys aged 13 and 14 after she was dumped by her boyfriend for another woman, it is alleged.
She is said to have asked them to damage the car of his new girlfriend Stacey Allright in return for sex.
In April 2010 the teenagers found Miss Allright’s Peugeot 306 and smashed it up bringing Travi the number plate to prove they had kept their end of the deal, it was said.
Travi was 'as good as her word' and allegedly had full sex with the older boy her bedroom before summoning the second one up.
Her children, two of whom are thought to be the same age as the victims, were not at home at the time of the alleged incidents. The court heard that after having sex with the boys Travi threw the pair out.
But she continued to keep in contact with the teenagers by sending them sexual text messages while they were at school, it was alleged.
Bournemouth Crown Court heard evidence she had been in touch with one of the boys, either by phone call or text, 548 times in the space of several months.
It was said she formulated a secret code with both boys and would text them three question marks if she wanted to have sex. She ended up bedding the younger boy at least one more time, it was claimed.
It was only when the girlfriend of one of the teenagers discovered what had happened that they were encouraged to tell a school social worker five months later.
Travi was arrested and charged with sexually assaulting the teenagers who are now 15 and 16.
Stephen Dent, prosecuting, told the court the boys were part of a group of school pupils who used to visit her house and drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes.
He said: 'Davina Travi treated children like adults. She was allowing them to drink and smoke in her house.