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Woman Gave Preteens Alcohol, Filmed Them Licking During Foreplay: Affidavit

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    Bucks County Mother Accused of Sex Crimes

    Police arrested Tina Mousley Wednesday, accusing her of giving two children alcohol, asking them to perform sex acts on each other, and videotaping it all. NBC10's Denise Nakano has the latest. (Published Wednesday, June 3, 2015)

    A Bucks County, Pennsylvania woman has been arrested after police say she helped two preteens get drunk and filmed them having foreplay that included the licking of pancake syrup off the boy's chest.

    Tina Mousley, a 54-year-old mother from Lower Southampton Township, was taken into custody Wednesday and charged with Corruption of Minors, a felony, as well as a misdemeanor, police said.

    The alleged incident took place on May 2 in Mousley's home along the 1900 block of Clayton Avenue.

    According to a police affidavit, Mousley bought alcohol for a 11-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy. She could be heard on a video — taken by the girl — asking the boy whether he took his ADHD pill with a beer, the document stated.

    Bucks County Mother Arrested

    [PHI] Bucks County Mother Arrested
    A Bucks County mother was arrested after she allegedly gave underaged kids booze and then videotaped them having sex. NBC10's Deanna Durante is in Lower Southampton Township with the latest.
    (Published Wednesday, June 3, 2015)

    Later, Mousley took over filming, police said, and told the boy to pour syrup all over his bare chest. The girl was then instructed to lick the food off the boy. They were then told to kiss, the affidavit stated.

    In separate interviews, the children told police Mousley bought condoms for them to have sex, which they did, according to the documentation.

    Police learned about the incident two days later after receiving a tip from a state child abuse hotline.

    Mousley sobbed as she awaited her arraignment Wednesday afternoon. She did not answer questions as she was led into court. A man at Mousley's home who would not identify himself said through the door that he was upset to hear about what allegedly happened.

    The woman is being held on 10 percent of $50,000 bail, which she was unable to post. She is being taken to the Bucks County Prison. The judge said he chose the high amount because he has a responsibility to ensure the safety of other children.