A Louisville woman who was sentenced to 20 years probation in June for having sex with an underage boy and bearing him two children appeared in court Monday to answer charges that she had sexual intercourse with the victim about five times since being sentenced.
Irene Gomez, 39, had been free on intensive supervised probation since her June 30 sentencing, which included a condition that she not have any contact with the victim.
She was picked up by police earlier this month on suspicion of violating her probation.
According to a court document, Gomez’ probation officer reported that Gomez admitted to having sex with the victim approximately five times over the summer.
Denise Metz, Gomez’ probation officer, wrote that Gomez’ actions show she doesn’t realize the severity of her original offense.
“She placed blame on the victim for this continued contact saying that he was the one who kept coming to her house,” Metz wrote in a report. “She exhibited no comprehension of the impact the original offense or this subsequent sexual contact may have had on the victim.”
Metz also wrote that Gomez has used cocaine on several occasions since her sentencing, another violation of her probation.
Gomez was originally arrested last year after police accused her of sexually assaulting a teenage boy. According to a police report, one of the babies she had with the minor was conceived when he was 13 and she was 32; the other was conceived when he was 16 and she was 35.
Her sentence revocation hearing was postponed Monday and rescheduled for Oct. 20.
Gomez is being held in Boulder County Jail on $10,000 bond.
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