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‘Come Dine With Me’ Winner Admits To Having Sex With 15-Year-Old

‘Come Dine With Me’ Winner Admits To Having Sex With 15-Year-Old

She's been placed on the Sex Offenders' register.

Stewart Perrie

Stewart Perrie

A woman who appeared on Come Dine With Me has admitting to having sex with a friend's teenage son.

Lucy Haughey, 37, pleaded guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court to engaging in sexual activity with the 15-year-old, reports the Mirror.

Haughey previously appeared on the cooking competition show, and won £1000 ($1,325), which aired in January this year.

She was accused of contacting the boy on Facebook and organising a time and date for intercourse. The teen told his mum he was going to play football, but travelled to Haughey's home on June 25.

The court was told: "They sat talking together for some time before Haughey asked the witness to go in to her bedroom with her. The accused then asked the witness top it on the bed."

Credit: Come Dine With Me

The teen left the accused and returned home. However, Haughey later admitted regretting the incident, telling a friend she was a 'bad person' and hoping that the 15-year-old's mother would never find out.

Despite the feelings of remorse, she also said: "I'm glad it was me and not a skinny skanky 15-year-old schemy.

"He wanted introduced, I'm an expert, it happened. He had a crush on me but I also had a lot of respect for him."

Haughey claims the teenager wanted to have sex again but she turned him down.

She then told that friend to delete their conversation to ensure there was no record of her admitting that the sex happened.

Eventually the mother of the teen was told about the incident, before confronting him directly about it.

Lucy Haughey
Lucy Haughey

Credit: Come Dine With Me

The court was told: "[The teen] broke down and started crying and also admitted to having sex with the accused."

Sheriff Barry Divers has delayed handing down a sentence until a later date and placed her on the Sex Offenders' register.

She was given a community payback order earlier this year after being convicted of trolling her then-boyfriend's ex-girlfriend.

According to the Daily Mail, she sent a barrage of message to Sharon Low for 11 months, which were described as 'threatening' and 'abusive', which left her victim terrified.

The payback order stipulated that Haughey completed 250 hours of unpaid community service within just eight months, as well as a two-year non-harassment order.

Sources: Daily Mail, Mirror

Featured Image Credit: Channel 4/Come Dine With Me

Topics: Scotland