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By Lara Keay For Mailonline. Natalie Cummins, 45 pictured outside court , 'licked the face' of a year-old girl she said she wanted to kiss and cuddle, a court heard. A judge told a married female woman 'no more licking' as she handed her a restraining order for sending explicit messages to a teenage girl and licking her face.
Natalie Cummins, 45, sent the teenager messages on Snapchat and WhatsApp detailing the sex acts she wanted to do with her. They referred to the pair sharing a bed, kissing, cuddling, among more intimate suggestions, the court heard. One message read: 'I'm just trying not to be a total paedo,' followed by a laughing emoji, jurors were told. Cummins, of Boscastle, Cornwall, was caught after a friend of the victim logged on to her social media account and found messages from her, which she sent to the police.
She was found guilty of sexual communication with a child and given a two-year restraining order banning her from contacting the girl, as her husband of 15 years looked on from the public gallery at Truro Crown Court. Sitting as judge, recorder Jane Rowley today sentenced Cummings to a month community order - and told her 'No more licking' after she denied kissing her victim but admitted to 'licking her face'. Recorder Rowley said she accepted Cummins' show of shame and remorse and acceptance of responsibility.
But she warned the defendant: 'No more licking Mrs Cummins. It's a quite bizarre aspect of this case and you have to reign in your banter and sexual innuendo. The sexual communication with a child offence was brought in under the Sexual Offences Act in It carries a maximum two year prison sentence and automatically places the defendant on the sex offenders' register.
Prosecuting, Philip Lee told the court that Cummins met the teenager in before she started confiding in her about problems she was having at home. Police were alerted to the messages by a friend of the girl, who discovered them while using her Snapchat account. The friend took a total of 48 pictures of the conversations, which she forwarded to an officer from Devon and Cornwall Police.