Mum cleared of knowingly having sex with boy, 14, ‘set to open OnlyFans account’

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A mum who was cleared of any wrongdoing after mistakenly having sex with an underage teenager has hinted she will branch into saucy image subscription service OnlyFans.

Last week, 32-year-old Teah Vincent was found not guilty of sex crimes after she had intercourse with a 14-year-old boy as she had believed he was over 16.

A jury cleared the mum-of-three after one hour and four minutes of deliberation – with reports stating the fact the boy had been found to have lied about his age online backing up her defence that she had unknowingly engaged in sex with a child.

The cleared mum has already stated she fears people will forever judge her as a sexual predator due to the “two-year nightmare” of her case.

The Sun reports that Ms Vincent is now considering selling images of herself on subscription service OnlyFans, where users are able to explicit photos and videos of themselves for a fee.

She is quoted telling followers on Instagram: "I’m thinking about doing an OnlyFans account.

"People already hate me, so not much to lose."

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Ms Vincent reportedly burst into tears in Gloucester Crown Court last week when a jury gave her a “not guilty” verdict.

She, nonetheless, fears her reputation has forever been damaged by the case.

She said during an interview last week: "This has wrecked my life. It’s also wrecked any chance I would have had of a career. I’m too embarrassed now to do anything.

“I feel hot-headed and emotional. I just want to put all my energy now into my children and look after them."

She has also opened up about a degree of abuse she has endured online following her not guilty verdict.

Following the end of the trial, she had celebrated online, writing on Facebook: “Not guilty. Thank you everyone that stood behind me and believed me it's been the hardest two years of my life.

“Welcome 2021 for me and my kids.”

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