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Mom pleads not guilty to new charge stemming from relationship with boy

Tue Jan 11, 6:03 PM ET Crimes and Trials - Court TV

By Emanuella Grinberg, Court TV

(Court TV) — A Connecticut mother facing sexual assault charges for a relationship she allegedly had with an 8-year-old boy pleaded guilty Tuesday to a new charge of risk of injury to a minor.

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Tammy Imre of Bridgeport has been held on $250,000 bond since November, when an indictment charged her with first- and fourth-degree sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor stemming from her alleged involvement with her daughter's schoolmate.

The original charges stem from a letter the boy's mother allegedly found in her son's pocket from Imre.

"I don't want anyone but you!" the letter said, according to an affidavit. "Now tomorrow it's supposed to rain, you can come over we can (you know what)... we can come upstairs, ok? Love ya! I want you!"

Authorities claim Imre, 29, also admitted in a statement to police that she considered the relationship "like a fantasy and she was the girlfriend and he was the boyfriend and that someday they could end up together in a relationship," according to the indictment.

The new charge stems from statements Imre's daughter allegedly made to police claiming she had seen her mother and the boy engaging in sexual acts.

Prosecutor Cornelius Kelly declined to comment on the motions.

According to an affidavit, when police asked Imre's daughter why she thought they wanted to speak with her, "she quickly stated that the 'victim' was doing disgusting things with her mom."

She told police she had witnessed the pair "humping," and kissing, licking and undressing each other, and even claimed to have witnessed the victim shaving her mother's genital area with a razor, the affidavit states.

Meanwhile, Imre's lawyer, Donald Papscy, filed a motion to dismiss the sexual assault charges against his client.

"Based on the statements as they were given to police, we don't believe they are strong enough to support allegation of sexual assault," Papscy told He also filed a motion to suppress Imre's statements to investigators.

Papscy also filed a motion notifying prosecutors that Imre would undergo a mental-health evaluation, indicating he planned to pursue a defense of mental deficiency.

The next hearing was scheduled for Jan. 27 to address the motions.
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