A Queensland woman who had sex with an alien during a night out has now been questioned by police over the incident.
Key points:A woman was arrested for allegedly having sex with a baby during a wild night out in Brisbane on October 20The man, identified only as JT, was jailed for three months last yearHe said he did not have any prior sexual contact with a woman and that he was “not a pedophile”The woman’s mother has now spoken out, accusing her of “faking” her pregnancy and trying to “ruin” the couple’s marriage by accusing him of having sex while drunk.JT, 27, had been drinking with friends at a nightclub and later had a sexual encounter with a 22-year-old woman, before leaving for a night on the town.
“I thought it was going to be great, I had a good night,” JT told The Courier-Mail.
“But when I got back to the hotel, I saw the lady I had been having sex next door.”
The woman told police she had a “sexual encounter” with JT on the night of October 20, and said the pair had gone out drinking.
“She [the woman] had a lot of wine, and she was very intoxicated, so I thought it would be a good idea to go and have a drink,” the woman said.
“And when I went to have a beer, I realised it was a little bit too late.”
After drinking too much and then getting drunk again, the woman allegedly had sex again with JTF.JTF was arrested and charged with two counts of having a sexual relationship with a person under 16.JTG said he would “absolutely” face a charge of “aggravated sexual assault” but it was unclear what that would entail.
“The police didn’t make me take any drugs, and I didn’t even do anything wrong,” he said.
He said his actions were not sexualised and that the woman was trying to make a “big fuss”.
“She’s just trying to ruin my marriage.
She’s just got her hands in my hair.
She thinks I’m a paedophile,” he told the ABC.
The Queensland Government said JTF would be charged with “aggregated sexual intercourse”.
The woman is now in a protective custody order and is expected to appear in court on November 2.
Topics:crime,sexual-offences,law-crime-and-justice,brazilian-arab,brisbane-4000,qld,australiaFirst posted November 25, 2017 11:17:49Contact Nick O’BrienMore stories from Queensland