A young woman from Rhuddlan has been told she may escape prison after she was found guilty of engaging in sexual activity with underage teenage boys.

It was alleged that Jordan Lightfoot had sex on a kitchen floor with one of the boys, a 13-year-old, she befriended.

She also touched a boy of 15 sexually and incited him to engage in sexual activity.

Lightfoot, who was 19 at the time the offences took place in Rhyl in the summer of 2016, had become a mother in March of this year, Mold Crown Court heard.

Adjourning sentence for three weeks, Judge David Hale told her: “I do not rule out suspending the sentence if that is the sense I get from the probation officer, although that is not something I promise I will do.”

Lightfoot’s offences came to light after the 13-year-old’s mother found inappropriate Facebook messages from the defendant on his phone.

One of them read “I’m on my ickle own in bed”.

The boy was confronted by his mother and told her he’d had sex with the defendant.

On another occasion he said he went round and stayed in her bed overnight.

Prosecutor Simon Rogers said other messages sent by Lightfoot to the boys suggested she enjoyed getting their attention.

“Not only did she enjoy their attention, but she acted upon it and engaged in sexual activity with them,” said Mr Rogers.

When she was interviewed by police, Lightfoot denied having sexual contact with both the boys, but she said the older boy was obsessed with her.

Defence barrister Simon Killeen told the court that Lighfoot was a “vulnerable 19-year-old” at the time.

“She was pregnant and told them she wasn’t interested,” he said.

Mr Killeen said that the 13-year-old’s account of the sex was “demonstrably incredible”.

“The reason why he can’t explain the detail of the sex is because it didn’t happen,” said Mr Killen.

Lightfoot, 21, of Parc Edith, Rhuddlan denied having sexual activity with a 13-year-old boy. She also denied sexual activity by touching a boy of 15 and she denied inciting the older boy to engage in sexual activity.

But the jury found her guilty on all three charges.

Judge Hale told her she would have to sign on the sex offender’s register and adjourned sentence until July 30