A PUPIL at a Cheshire special needs school fantasized about the female teacher accused of having sex with him, a court heard today (Thursday, March 11).
Asked if the alleged victim had formed a sexual fantasy about having an affair with married mother of two and deputy head teacher Theresa McKenzie, 39, the teen answered “yes”, later claiming “she was my fantasy”.
McKenzie, of Meifod, Powys and formerly of Chester Road, Kelsall, denies seven counts of sexual activity with a child in a position of trust.
Chester Crown Court heard today she first performed a sex act on him in the car park of Runcorn train station in broad daylight.
The pupil said: “I held her hand at Runcorn Station and then she kissed me. She was the one who first kissed.”
Following the kiss, in the front of the respected teacher’s Vauxhall people carrier the then 16-year-old claimed the teacher carried out a sex act on him.
“I didn’t think it was weird when it happened,” he said, before claiming he didn’t tell anyone because “maybe it would get stopped”.
It is alleged that McKenzie resumed the physical relationship days later, picking up the teen at the same station and performing a further sexual act.
“I wasn’t scared about being found out, but at the time I didn’t want it to end,” added the teenager who suffers from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, emotionally disturbed behaviour and oppositional defiant disorder.
It is alleged the pair first had full intercourse at an address in Kingsley when McKenzie would visit.
The boy said: “I don’t know how long it lasted. After I had a coffee and a cigarette, she had a drink as well, we talked mostly about school.”
Tim Roberts QC, defending, quizzed the boy about differences in accounts from his witness statement to appearing in court, the teen said: “My memory is not 100%, I don’t remember every detail.”
The trial continues.