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But last night the boy's mother attacked the judge's decision. If this had been a man he would almost certainly have been jailed but instead she gets to walk free and pick up her life.'She still lives round here and can now do whatever she wants and go wherever she wants. I can't believe what's happened.' Edwards, a mother of two, admitted having sex with the boy on four separate occasions between September last year and January and yesterday was given a 12-month jail term, suspended for two years.They had decided to make a go of it but by the end of October Mr Edwards was convinced his wife was having an affair.He confronted her about his suspicions but she denied it.“I called Steph from the car right away just to see how he was feeling,” she says. Seven years later, Stephane and Samantha are Toronto’s best-known advocates for polyamory, the term preferred by people who have turned their open relationships into a lifestyle.Samantha, who is 32, writes a about her sex life, offers polyamory life coaching and runs an annual sexuality and relationships conference called Playground (this past fall the three-day event filled a ballroom at the Holiday Inn on Carlton Street).A few days later, with her husband’s blessing, Samantha was naked on Grande Red Eye Bold’s couch.
Yet she walked free from court yesterday after Judge Peter Fox QC said the married housewife was an unhappy woman who was unable to resist the advances of a child.
'The next day he was interviewed by the police and he confirmed that he had had a crush on her and that they had sexual intercourse the previous night.' Miss Dempster said that Mr Edwards first became suspicious in October last year after discovering that his wife was sending and receiving up to 50 text messages a day from the same number.
Despite a blossoming property empire and a successful car sales business, their marriage was struggling to survive.
Deborah Sherwin, defending Edwards, said her client had pleaded guilty because she did not want her young victim to have to give evidence in court.
She added: 'She was a sad and lonely housewife, she was not working, her parents had moved abroad, she was stuck at home, her marriage was failing and this boy paid her attention and she was flattered by it.' Judge Fox QC described the case as ' exceptional' before telling Edwards he would not be sending her to jail because the boy had seduced her, and not the other way round.