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Married Man "Horrified" To Find Random Woman Performing Oral Sex On Him As He Slept

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Marie Le-Mar, 38, has been jailed for three and a half years for assaulting a married man and performing oral sex on him as he was sleeping.

Le-Mar was so drunk that she fell off the bed, waking the terrified man up.

Le-Mar, of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, sneaked into the man's room last year, just before England's Covid-19 lockdowns.

The victim, whose identity remains private, initially thought it was his wife.

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A Stranger In Bed

Married Man "horrified" To Find Random Woman Performing Oral Sex On Him As He Slept

The man who was assaulted slept in a separate room from his wife due to his snoring. At first, he thought it was his wife, as prosecutor John Farmer said:

"The defendant tried to pull him on top of her, plainly trying to engage in sex, but she fell off the bed. The realization came that this was not his wife."

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The victim was horrified:

"He came to his senses as he was in a deep sleep, turned the light on, and realized she was drunk and stark naked."

The victim called for his wife to tell her what was happening, and she called the police. While they were waiting, Le-Mar threatened to "knock her f****ng teeth out."

Le-Mar resisted arrest, assaulted a police officer, and was finally in custody.

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Le-Mar Was Too Drunk To Remember

Married Man "horrified" To Find Random Woman Performing Oral Sex On Him As He Slept

Le-Mar admitted charges of causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent, sexual assault, common assault, and assault of an emergency worker.

However, she does not remember what happened, as she was "very drunk."

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Judge Thomas Rochafard wanted the woman to learn a lesson despite her alcohol levels. During the sentencing, he told her:

"Sexual offenses against men are no less serious than sexual offenses committed against women. The act has gender-neutral terms to achieve equality."

Derek Johashen, who was defending the woman, said that Le-Mar had a difficult childhood, adding:

"She is somebody who comes by abusing alcohol or drugs, she uses it as a form of medication."

As the judge ruled, sexual assault should not be taken lightly, whether you are drunk or not. But now, Le-Mar has plenty of time to think about self-medicating with alcohol.