Desperate woman sexually assaulted man and hit him with sex toy

A "desperate" woman sexually assaulted a man by rubbing her naked body against him – and told him she’d make up allegations against him if he didn’t do what she wanted.

Bristol Crown Court was told how Natalie Lawry, 41, subjected her victim to the humiliating assault for nearly three-quarters of an hour, including using a sex toy to hit him in his groin.

She also scratched him during the assault, even as he asked her 18 times to stop – but Bristol Crown Court was told she thought he was "playing hard to get".

Lawry, who pleaded guilty to committing assault and sexual assault last September, was given 16 months in prison, suspended for two years, BristolLive reports.

Judge Mark Horton told her: "The clear desire was to manipulate him with your genitalia."

Lawry was also made the subject of a 12-month community order, involving 45 days' rehabilitation.

She was told to sign on to the sex offender register for 10 years and pay a £156 victim surcharge.

Eshanul Oarith, prosecuting, told the court that after suffering his 40-minute ordeal, the man reported Lawry to the police.

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When officers then interviewed her, Lawry – of Portland Square, Bristol – gave them a prepared statement.

Emily Evans, defending, told the court: "She denied sexual assault. She accepted he asked her to stop. She didn't believe he meant it. She didn't believe he was not consenting. She thought he was playing hard to get."

The victim gave an impact statement in which he stated he was shocked by the woman's behaviour. He said she lost control but he’d had no idea how to stop her.

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Miss Evans added: "She is extremely upset. It has been a salutary lesson for her. This is not behaviour she intends to repeat.

"There is a real prospect of rehabilitation. It was an isolated incident, an act of extreme desperation."

If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 0845 30 30 900 or visit their website, www.victimsupport.org.uk.

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