A Massachusetts lady claims she walked in on her husband having sex with his mom on their couch and has always thought an incestuous connection was going on.
According to officials, Cheryl Lavoie, 63, and her son, Tony L. Lavoie, 43, acknowledged having sexual contact with one other in their house on Clarendon Street in Fitchburg on May 20.
Tony reportedly told detectives that ‘it simply occurred’ and that it was his first time having sex with his mother.
Tony’s wife, Lori Lavoie, told Fitchburg police that she “always had concerns about the two of them having an intimate connection.”
Lori Lavoie stated on her Facebook page that she was split from her husband, despite the fact that all three of them were living under the same roof.
Lori informed authorities that she had long wanted her mother-in-law to leave the house.
Cheryl allegedly stated that they had become closer in recent months and began having sex after they began kissing.
At the time of the claimed meeting, the mother and son were living in the same residence.
On May 20, police responded to complaints of a commotion at the residence and were greeted by Tony’s wife’s cousin.
Officers were informed by the relative. According to authorities, Tony’s wife phoned her when she saw her husband and his mother having sex on the premises.
Tony and Cheryl reportedly informed the officer individually that they had consensual sexual intercourse with each other and that it was the first time it had occurred.
When the officer inquired about the incident, Tony allegedly stated he didn’t know. It simply occurred.
According to authorities, the 43-year-old then stated that he sought therapy for it.
Lori claimed cops she walked in on her husband Tony Lavoie having sex with his mother Cheryl Lavoie in the living room.
She informed police that after seeing the alleged interaction, she went into her room and shut the door.
The mother and son were charged with incest, a crime punishable by up to 20 years in jail.
They appeared in court for the first time last Thursday, pleading not guilty.
According to court documents, they were arraigned and freed on personal recognizance, with the judge ordering them to keep away from each other.
On October 27, the Lavoies are set to appear in court for a preliminary hearing.