Aberdeen woman posed as boy to seduce teenage girls
25-year-old admits offence at High Court
AN ABERDEEN woman has admitted pretending to be a boy so she could seduce teenage girls.
Christine Wilson posed as a boy called “Chris” to trick two different girls into having a sexual relationship with her.
Wilson, 25, appeared at the High Court in Edinburgh and pleaded guilty to two charges of obtaining sexual intimacy from two girls who live in the North-east by fraud.
Defence advocate Shelagh McCall told the court that her client has gender identity disorder.
Wilson, whose address was given in court papers as 81B Urquhart Road, Aberdeen, had her sentence deferred by Judge Lord Bannatyne for reports.