A woman was sentenced to four years in prison for having a sexual relationship with a 13-year-old boy.
Lori Szmuc, 44, from Orlando, was convicted on lewd battery and molestation charges and handed down the prison sentence on Thursday.
She was arrested in April after the boy told his mother she had forced him to have sex with her after playing a game similar to hide and seek called man hunt at her house on December 31, 2010.
He told police that Szmuc hid with him, touched him inappropriately and kissed him on the lips. Later she asked him to pretend to be her boyfriend, according to the arrest report.
It said: 'He would have to meet up with Szmuc and go on walks with her. He also would have to send Szmuc text messages and give her compliments.'
Szmuc also told the boy he had to 'fight for her and try to get her back' if she tried to leave him, the report shows.
Two weeks after their first encounter, the 44-year-old is said to have sent him a message saying her parents were out of town and to come over to their apartment.
When he met her, she 'began having sexual intercourse with him', the report states.
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A similar incident happened a short time later.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, the boy grew tired of her demands and wanted to stop the relationship as she had started showing up at after-school activities and staring at him, making him feel 'uncomfortable'.
Szmuc was sentenced on Thursday to four years in prison on charges of lewd and lascivious battery and molestation.
Several other charges were dropped.
She will also have to serve ten years of sex offender probation. She was ordered to have no contact 'whatsoever' with the victim.
She has faced allegations of inappropriate behaviour before.
Nine months ago, she was questioned in Osceola County after a mother came forward saying she inappropriately touched her son.
She was not charged as there was no evidence to prove it.
On this occasion, the victim said Szmuc touched him with a flat hand on his stomach and groin area during a sleepover at her home.
In another allegation, detectives said Szmuc brought a teenager to a motel and bought him a cell phone to communicate with her.
She was never charged because detectives said they couldn't prove that anything criminal occurred between the two and the teenage victim changed his story several times.