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A platonic friendship doesn't have elements of sexual chemistry or attraction. In contrast, emotional sex is much more secretive and it drains energy from your primary relationship.You may love your friend, but you don't fantasize or daydream about him or her. If you're having intimate talks and sharing things you should only be sharing with your primary partner, or you're sending late night 'just thinking of you' flirty texts, you're not having just an innocent friendship.
Your connection feels genuine and even life-sustaining.If you find yourself having sexual or romantic fantasies about your friend, you've crossed the line into emotional sex.You may argue you're just Facebook friends, or you're just innocently flirting and it means nothing.Mr Justice Openshaw added: 'The defendant maintained outrageous lies from beginning to end and told them again to the jury.' The judge said he was satisfied James had been stealing the pensioner's money and that an earlier raid at Mrs Davison's flat had been 'invented' by James.He said: 'I have no doubt that this report of a burglary in August 2009 was an invention by the defendant.Harriet Davison, 88, was beaten and suffocated by Beverley James - who worked as a carer by day and a sex chat worker by night - in her sheltered accommodation flat in Sunderland in July last year.
James, 39, then hatched an elaborate plot, claiming a tattooed intruder had attacked them both and ordered her to carry out a series of bizarre acts, in a bid to hide what she had actually done.
James, aka Briggs, of Springwell Road, Sunderland, had denied murder and said Mrs Davison was 'like a nana' to her.
She told jurors she has seen the intruder beating Mrs Davison with a radio and that he had made her lie on top of the pensioner.
He said her brutal attack on Mrs Davison was 'savage and sustained' which left her with multiple bruises and fractures.
The judge said: 'In her account of what happened to the police, and indeed to the jury, she even threw in a few extra salacious details in an attempt to give spurious authenticity to her untrue story.' As she was led away to start serving her life sentence, James told members of her family in the public gallery she would hold her 'head high'.
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