She also achieved acclaim as a body-builder in national and international competitions and was Britain's strongest woman.Mr Amies-Winter, also a top European strongman, told the hearing that he had once seen his wife injecting cocaine.
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He said: "Jo liked to try all manner of things and she could not really be advised not to until she had done it herself.
That was one of her problems." Mr Amies-Winter told the hearing that Mrs Amies-Winter, a residential care worker, had recently been taken to hospital suffering severe pain.
The judge in the case told Morris that he would be lenient with the sentence - which will see her released from jail after one year - because she 'realised it was wrong' and stopped having sex with the boy.
Her sentence included a Sexual Offences Prevention Order, banning her from contact with a child under 16 without permission of a parent.