Woman, 36, ‘kidnapped child and sexually assaulted him’

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A 36-year-old woman has appeared in court after being charged with abducting and sexually assaulting a Derby boy aged under 13.Dressed in a black cardigan and black trousers, Debbie Yates pleaded not guilty to an 11-count indictment put to her by the clerk at Derby Crown Court.She is alleged to have incited him to engage in sexual activity with her in December 2017.Yates has been charged with one count of child abduction and 10 child sex allegations.She denied all the charges.
 Debbie Yates pleaded not responsible to an 11-count indictment (Picture: Derby Telegraph/BPM Media)

A lady stands accused of abducting then sexually assaulting a boy below 13.

Debbie Yates, 36, allegedly made the boy contact her non-public components and her breasts whereas she allegedly touched his non-public components, kissed him and hugged him sexually.

She appeared in court docket charged with one depend of child abduction and 10 child intercourse allegations.

Dressed in a black cardigan and black trousers, Debbie Yates pleaded not responsible to an 11-count indictment put to her by the clerk at Derby Crown Court.

She denied all the fees which date again to December 2017.

Yates now lives with her father in Lime Tree Avenue, Midway, the listening to was informed.

General view of Derby Crown Court, Derby.
She appeared at Derby Crown Court (Picture: PA)

She denies a complete of 5 counts of sexual assault of a child aged below 13, 5 counts of inflicting or inciting a child to have interaction in sexual exercise and one depend of child abduction.

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Judge Smith adjourned the case to trial on June 8, 2020.

He was informed it’s prone to final 4 days.

Handing Yates bail, Judge Smith mentioned: ‘Your case is being adjourned till subsequent 12 months which is sort of a good distance away, the truth is it’s 9 months.

‘You should communicate along with your solicitors between now and that date and it’s essential to dwell on the handle in Swadlincote you’ve given to the court docket.

‘If you move addresses you need to let the court know.’

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