A mother-of-four who indulged in an alcohol-fuelled sex session with schoolboys has been spared jail and handed a community order.

Kelly Baker, who pleaded guilty to a single count of sexual activity with a child, a 14-year-old boy, in August, was sentenced yesterday, September 13, at Guildford Crown Court.

The 35-year-old, of Bidhans Crescent in Tadworth, was given a community order, with three years’ supervision.  She has been put on the Sex Offenders’ Register and must seek counselling for sex offenders and alcohol issues, and complete 200 hours of unpaid work.

Baker has also been banned from working with children or vulnerable adults.

The court heard in August that a group of 10 teenagers had been "hanging out" with Baker's eldest daughter and had gone back to her house at 9.30pm, on April 22.

She drank three bottles of wine before indulging in a sexy dance with a 16-year-old, who was above the legal age of consent, the court was told, which led to a romantic encounter in the kitchen.

The court heard the pair then went to the bathroom where she performed a sex act on the boy, before taking him into the bedroom because his friends kept walking in on them and laughing.

The court was told the bleary-eyed couple were then joined by a 14-year-old boy and the trio had a sex session using a sex toy. 

During the encounter Baker performed a sex act on the minor while the 16-year-old had sex with her.