A mum-of-three who was cleared of any wrongdoing after having sex with a 14-year-old boy is considering an x-rated career change.

Teah Vincent, 32, admitted to seducing and sleeping with the teenager at her home in Gloucestershire, England.

However, a court cleared her of any wrongdoing when she argued it didn’t “occur” to her that the boy was underage, The Sun reported.

Now, after being cleared and speaking out, she said she was considering starting an OnlyFans account.

“I’m thinking about doing an OnlyFans account,” Vincent said in an Instagram video.

Teah Vincent is facing trial on a charge of having sex with a 14-year-old knowing he was underage.
Teah Vincent is facing trial on a charge of having sex with a 14-year-old knowing he was underage. Credit: Facebook
Teah Vincent.
Teah Vincent. Credit: Facebook

“People already hate me, so not much to lose.”

Vincent told the The Sun she was being targeted by trolls online after reports of her court appearances made headlines.

“It’s also wrecked any chance I would have had of a career. I’m too embarrassed now to do anything,” she said.

OnlyFans, a subscription-based website, allows adult performers to charge people for lewd content.

Vincent discusses starting an OnlyFans account.
Vincent discusses starting an OnlyFans account. Credit: Instagram
Teah Vincent.
Teah Vincent. Credit: Facebook

The mum-of-three said the legal ordeal “wrecked” her life.

She told the Gloucester Crown Court she had been targeted and said the abuse was “hurtful and wrong”.

“Not guilty,” she boasted on Facebook after the verdict.

“Thank you everyone that stood behind me and believed me it’s been the hardest two years of my life.

“Welcome 2021 for me and my kids.”

British woman Teah Vincent took to Facebook after she was cleared by a court.
British woman Teah Vincent took to Facebook after she was cleared by a court. Credit: Teah Leanne/Facebook
Teah Vincent is a mother of three.
Teah Vincent is a mother of three. Credit: Facebook

The acquittal followed revelations the boy gave a false date of birth on his Facebook profile to indicate he was several years older than he really was.

Defence barrister Catherine Flint, in her final speech to the jury, said: “You have heard a lot about Ms Vincent’s behaviour on that Sunday.

“You may have formed a view that her behaviour was morally questionable. However, your role is not to make moral judgements, but to decide if she broke the law.”







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