Read the Scandalous Story of a Bride-to-be Who Performs Sex Act on Fiance's Boss, then Claimed to Have Been Raped

Sophie Tucker
 A bride-to-be performed a sex act on her partner's boss just days before their wedding and shamelessly lied that she was raped. 
The bride-to-be, Sophie Tucker sent Carl Williamson series of n*ked photos and flirty texts, but after being caught with him she put him through hell, claiming that he raped her.
The 23-year old invited her fiance's boss back to their home after exchanging a string of flirty texts with Williamson, 51. The mum-of-two had also exchanged saucy messages with him on Facebook, and had begun sending n*ked snaps of herself to his mobile phone.
A court heard that upon arriving at her home, Williamson was thrown onto the sofa and she began performing a sex act.
But upon leaving her home he bumped into her partner and his employee Chris Hutchings, 28, who she was due to marry in just a matter of days.
Sophie then claimed she had been raped, saying that he had forced her to commit the sex act.
She alleged Mr Williamson - who runs a firm that provides first aid support for large events - grabbed her breast. She then told police officers that she was not strong enough to force him away.
Mr Williamson was arrested the next day and spent a harrowing seven hours in custody. He was then put on police bail for 24 days until the rape allegation was dropped after Tucker confessed that it was a lie.
She said she lied because she was "scared" that Mr Hutchings would break up with her.
The mum also touched Mr Williamson under the table when the three shared a night out before the secret tryst, the court heard.
Adrian Chaplin, defending Tucker, said: "She is a young and immature women who stupidly and selfishly got involved in a wholly inappropriate flirtation on the eve of her wedding."
Mr Williamson told Exeter Crown Court in a victim personal statement that he was "treated like a criminal" and the false allegation had hit his business and caused him depression.
Tucker wept in the witness box, saying: "I am extremely sorry for what I have done."
The mum, from Torrington, Devon, was given an 18-month suspended jail sentence after she admitted perverting justice, UK Mirror reports.
Judge Ian Lawrie QC said: "She has to live with the shrapnel of her lies."