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19-Year-Old Domestic Caught BONKING Boss's 14-Year-Old Son

PROSECUTORS have charged a 19-year-old domestic worker with aggravated indecent assault after she allegedly forced her boss’ 14-year-old son to have se_x with her.

The boy’s elder sister allegedly caught the two having se_x in their parents’ bedroom hut.

Lindiwe Kahila, from Chief Mvuthu area outside Victoria Falls town, was not asked to plead to the charge when she appeared before Victoria Falls magistrate Rangarirai Gakanje yesterday.

Kahila was remanded in custody to February 15 when her case is set to be transferred to Hwange Regional Court.
19-Year-Old Domestic Caught BONKING Boss's 14-Year-Old Son
Prosecuting, Takunda Ndovorwi said the alleged crime was committed on January 13 at the boy’s parents’ homestead where Kahila was employed.

“The accused invited the 14-year-old boy to sleep on the same blankets with her and covered him with a blanket.

“Kahila removed her clothes and became completely na_ked before she went on to unzip the complainant’s trousers,” the prosecutor said.

The court heard that Kahila ordered the Form One boy to lie on top of her and then had se_x with him. Kahila grabbed the complainant’s privates and inserted his manhood into her privates.

“She ordered the boy to make some movements while on top of her and as a result she had se_xual intercourse with the minor without his consent,” Ndovorwi said.

The two were busted by the boy’s sister who responded to sounds emanating from the bedroom hut and found the two having se_xual intercourse. Upon questioning, the juvenile told his sister that Kahila forced herself on him leading to her arrest.

The boy was taken to hospital where he was examined.
Source: Online
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