Married mother Amy Blose jailed after raping her son's 13-year-old friend
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A mother was sentenced to spend 15 years in jail for sexually abusing her son's teenage friend and she doesn't even seem sorry about the trauma she caused.
Amy Blose, 38, was giggling and smiling throughout her sentencing hearing in Cleveland County, Oklahoma on Friday.
She was even reprimanded by the judge and criticized by the victim's family and friends for not showing any remorse for her actions.
'Hey, babe, I love you forever': Amy Blose, 37, was jailed for having sex with a boy of 13. She is now accused of smuggling him a love note
'It’s heartbreaking she doesn’t take responsibility and stand up and say she’s sorry,' friend Stephanie Odle told local station KFOR.
Though Blose, a nurse, entered a no contest plea against the charges of rape, sodomy, and lewd molestation in April 2011, the case has had a share of legal back-and-forth.
After her initial arrest, Blose told police she had a 'special relationship' with the boy. The affair was discovered by the boy's mum who found inappropriate text messages on his cell phone.
She was charged with rape and other sexual offences and allowed to leave jail on $20,000 bail.
As part of her bail conditions she was ordered not to contact her victim or any other teens under the age of 18, but she broke that command when she tried to give the boy a love note.
The then-37-year-old nurse wrote 'Hey, babe, I love you forever' to her former under age lover.
'Hey, babe, I love you forever': The love note written to the boy, 13, was tucked in the wrapper of a breakfast burrito
A 15-year-old girl told a bail revocation hearing at Cleveland County Court in October that Blose wrote a message on a breakfast burrito wrapper and asked her to give it to the teen.
Angela George, a friend of the victim, said: 'She is like a spider.
'She pulls them into her web. She has used the other kids to get to her victim again. In the process, she has made those kids victims because they are friends with the defendant.'
Angry parents branded the mother of two a 'predator' who should not be allowed to have contact with teenagers.
After she is released from prison, she will have to register as a sex offender for the rest of her life.