A woman who seduced a schoolboy after giving him a sedative pill at a party has been jailed for more than two years.
Jamie Garrett, 22, gave the 14-year-old boy the party drug Xanax before engaging in a 'variety of sexual acts' with him.
Sheffield Crown Court heard the offences happened in August 2016 when Garrett was aged 22 and had been drinking, smoking weed, and taking Xanax herself.
Prosecutor Ian Goldsack said Garrett told police that on the night she had taken five or six Xanax herself, 'drunk a variety of alcoholic drinks and also smoked cannabis'.
Garrett later told police that she had been prescribed the Xanax for her anxiety by her doctor.
The mother of the boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said he was 'acutely embarrassed' by what had happened.
Katherine Goddard, mitigating, told the court that Garrett suffered from learning difficulties and suffered psychological abuse as a child.
Garrett had cared for her grandfather who passed away, leaving her completely alone.
Garrett, now 24, admitted sexual activity with a child and supplying a controlled drug. She was also placed on the sex offenders' register for ten years.
Judge Jeremy Richardson QC said: 'I take into account there was the use of drugs to disinhibit the boy.
'You engaged in a variety of sexual acts with the boy. You have had a dreadful life, and have a range of personal vulnerabilities. But you have, however, committed a serious crime.'