A 48 year old woman has been jailed for 30 years for having sex with a 13 year old boy.
Paula Sue Starr was told she will serve at least 20 years behind bars and 10 years on probation after her victim's family called her a 'monster'.
Starr admitted having sex with the teen during the four days he was in her care in 2009.
Paula Sue Starr, 48, will likely spend 20 years in jail and 10 more on probation after admitting she had sex with a boy, 13, while he stayed at her home in late 2009
The mother of one wept in court as her victim's mother read out an impact statement in which she described how her son's life had been ruined.
She said she son had recurring nightmares and psychological damage as a result of the sexual encounter at Starr's home in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Referring to Starr as a 'monster,' the mother said Starr exposed children 'to a world they didnít even know existed.'
'She needs to pay the price for the choices she made.' she said.
The mother said she put trust in Starr when she let her son stay overnight with her and her son.
A letter from Starrís son was submitted to the court with the judge William Fee indicating her son does not wish to continue his relationship with his mother.
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Starr, who has been in jail almost a year since her arrest, sobbed as the judge told her she had violated a parent's trust
'You did completely violate that trust of a parent and the trust another parent put in you,' said Fee.
'This is the most horrible kind of abuse of trust I can imagine.'
Starr blamed her alcoholism for the crime and apologised to her son, the victim and their families.
'I did not intentionally set out to do sexual acts with a minor. I am an alcoholic. I believe the alcohol took over,' she said.
Starr said she plans to use her time in prison to work on her problems and become a better person.
Her lawyer told the court the worst punishment was losing contact with her son.
As well as the jail term Starr must have no contact with the victim, must undergo sex offender counseling and will sign up on the national sexual offender registry.
With good behaviour she will be eligible for parole in nine years.
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